REPORT OF THE HIGH LEVEL WORKING GROUP

ON
WESTERN GHATS

Volume II


Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
15 April 2013




























Cover: Portion of peninsular India showing Western Ghats region depicted using
multi spectral image of advanced wide field sensor (AWifs) on board
RESOURCESAT-1 as natural color composite
Contents

Volume I

Submission Certificate of the Report of HLWG i
Preface ii - iv
Acknowledgement v - viii
List of Tables ix
List of Figures x - xi
Summary of Recommendations and Action Plan xii - xxiii

1. Introduction 1
2. Evaluation of comments of the Stakeholders, State Governments 9
and Central Ministries
3. Impact of Climate Change on the Ecology of Western Ghats 18
4. Definition and Delimitation of the Western Ghats Region 27
5. Identification of Ecologically Sensitive Areas in Western Ghats Region 43
6. The Paradigm for Sustainable and Inclusive Development and the 98
Framework for Governance
7. Decision Support and Monitoring Centre for Western Ghats 126
8. Review of specific cases 133
a. Athirappilly Hydropower Project
b. Gundya Hydropower Project
c. Moratorium on development projects in Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg
Districts
d. Mining in Goa

References
Appendix 1: Peer-review report
Appendix 2: Approach for biodiversity characterization at landscape level
Volume II
Appendix 3 List of Villages in ESA of the Western Ghats
Annexure 1 Composition and constitution of the High Level Working
Group (HLWG)

Annexure 2 Minutes of the HLWG and Visit Reports
Annexure 3 Summary of the Comments received on the WGEEP report
from Stakeholders before constitution of the HLWG

Annexure 4 Summary of Comments received on the WGEEP report
from Stakeholders before constitution of HLWG classified
under various heads

Annexure 5 Analysis of the Responses received by the HLWG on the
WGEEP report

Annexure 6 Statement of Major comments of the six State
Governments on the Sectoral recommendations made in
the WGEEP report

Annexure 7 Statement of the comments received from the Central
Ministries

Annexure 8 Responses from the State Governments and Central
Ministries





Volume II of the Report of High Level Working Group contains Appendix
3 dealing with the list of villages in ESA demarcated in Western Ghats
Region across Six States. In this Volume, there are also 1 to 8 Annexures
cited in the text of Volume 1 of the Report.

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Appendix 3: List of Villages in ESA of the Western Ghats
(307 polygons did not have an entry in the name field in the Survey of India layer. These
polygons have been named as “—NoName—XXXX” and counted as a village. These names may
be finalized in consultation with the State Governments and Survey of India)

Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
1 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Anjune
2 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Shiroli
3 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Gulle
4 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Bayalvada
5 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Pali
6 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Singna
7 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Salpi Budruk
8 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Jarma
9 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Naneli
10 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Maloli
11 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Koparde
12 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Karambali Bramha
13 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Hedode
14 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Uste
15 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Ambede
16 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Dongarvada
17 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Mausi
18 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Bhuipal
19 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Bombede
20 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Veluz
21 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Sonal
22 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Kumar Khand
23 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Valpoy
24 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Sanvarde
25 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI VELGUE
26 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI HASOLE
27 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Karambali Buzruk
28 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI BARAJAN
29 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Panse
30 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI SHELPI KHURD
31 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI BHIRONDE
32 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI KHOTODE
33 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI SIRSODE
34 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI KARANZOL
35 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI AASSODE
36 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI MELAVALI
37 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Gotiakhadilwada
38 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI AMBELI
39 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Gavane
40 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI MALPON
41 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI SURLA
42 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Satre
43 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI GOALI
44 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Charavade
45 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI IVRE KHURD
46 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI IVRE BUDRUK
47 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Kelavade
48 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Rive
49 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Kodal
50 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Dongurvada
51 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Derode
52 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Vayangani
53 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Nanode
54 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI GoaNoname1
55 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Kodal
56 GOA NORTH GOA SATARI Penral
57 GOA SOUTH GOA KANKON Kola
58 GOA SOUTH GOA KANKON Gaundongren
59 GOA SOUTH GOA KANKON Cotigao
60 GOA SOUTH GOA KANKON Poingunin
61 GOA SOUTH GOA KANKON Lolen
62 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM SURLA
63 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM AALOT
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Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
64 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM DARBANDORA
65 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM SANGOD
66 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM SHIGAON
67 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Kamarkhand
68 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Kamarkhand
69 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM RUMBREM
70 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM DUDAL
71 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Salavli
72 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Kurdi
73 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Revona
74 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Kolamba
75 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Naiquinim
76 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Digali
77 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Nune
78 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM SAKVORDE
79 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM MOLEN
80 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Karanjhol
81 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM KOLEM
82 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Colem
83 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Sonauli
84 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM BOMA
85 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM OXEL
86 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM DONGURLI
87 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM MALINGEM
88 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM PATIEM
89 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Ugem
90 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Todov
91 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Potrem
92 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Vilyan
93 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Dongar
94 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Portem
95 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Netravli
96 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Verlen
97 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Bati
98 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Kumbari
99 GOA SOUTH GOA SANGUEM Sigonem
100 Gujarat NAVSARI BANSDA KALA AMBA
101 Gujarat NAVSARI BANSDA KEVDI
102 Gujarat NAVSARI BANSDA SADADDEVI
103 Gujarat NAVSARI BANSDA VAGHAI
104 Gujarat NAVSARI BANSDA AMBABARI
105 Gujarat SURAT SONGADH KHOKHSA
106 Gujarat SURAT SONGADH KANJI
107 Gujarat SURAT SONGADH EKVA GOLAN
108 Gujarat SURAT SONGADH MEDHA
109 Gujarat SURAT SONGADH NANA TARPADA
110 Gujarat SURAT SONGADH OJHAR
111 Gujarat SURAT SONGADH BHARADADA
112 Gujarat SURAT SONGADH HINDLA
113 Gujarat SURAT SONGADH KHADI
114 Gujarat SURAT SONGADH TEMKA
115 Gujarat SURAT SONGADH DARDI
116 Gujarat SURAT SONGADH SELJHAR
117 Gujarat SURAT SONGADH KAPAD BANDH
118 Gujarat SURAT UCHCHHAL JHARANPADA
119 Gujarat SURAT VYARA DHOLIA UMAR
120 Gujarat SURAT VYARA CHHEVDI
121 Gujarat SURAT VYARA BHURIVEL
122 Gujarat SURAT VYARA DHAMANDEVI
123 Gujarat SURAT VYARA AMONIA
124 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS BANDHPADA
125 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS GIRMAL
126 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS DHULDA
127 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS KAKARDA
128 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS CHIKHALA(KALIBELSAJA)
129 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS SAWARDAKASAD
130 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS MAHAL
131 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS CHIKAR (JHAVDASAJA)
132 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS JHARI
133 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS WADIAWAN
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Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
134 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS CHINCHDHARA
135 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS KARADIAMBA
136 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS MAHARDAR
137 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS MORZIRA
138 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS MADALBARI
139 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS JAVTALA
140 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS CHINCHLI
141 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS RAVCHOND
142 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS ISDAR(BORKHALSAJA)
143 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS KOSAMBIA
144 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS LINGA
145 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS ANJANKUND
146 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS UKHATIYA
147 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS KAMAD
148 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS CHINCHOD
149 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS SINBANDH
150 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS PIPALPADA(GALKUNDSAJA)
151 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS MURAMBI
152 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS PAYARPADA
153 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS WANKI
154 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS AMBALIA
155 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS VANAR
156 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS UMARYA
157 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS JAMDAR
158 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS SAMGAHAN
159 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS KOTAMDAR
160 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS RANPADA
161 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS JOGBARI
162 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS MALEGAON
163 Gujarat THE DANGS THE DANGS BARADPANI
164 Karnataka BELGAUM BELGAUM DHAMNE S.BAILUR
165 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR CHIGULE
166 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR BETAGERI
167 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR MORAB
168 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR HULAND
169 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR KANAKUMBI
170 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR BAILUR
171 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR GOLYALI
172 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR UCHAWADE
173 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR CHORLA
174 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR BETNE
175 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR --NoName--283
176 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR JAMBOTI
177 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR KALMANI
178 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR PARWAD
179 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR GAWASE
180 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR CHAPOLI
181 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR Chikhale
182 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR DAROLI
183 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR KAPOLI K.CHAPOLI
184 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR MUGAWADE
185 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR AMAGAON
186 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR KABANALI
187 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR --NoName--301
188 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR --NoName--302
189 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR GAVALI
190 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR NERASE
191 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR PASTOLI
192 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR KONGALE
193 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR MANTURGA
194 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR KHANAPUR (RURAL)
195 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR HOLDA
196 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR TEREGALI
197 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR JAMAGAON
198 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR ABANALI
199 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR Shiroli
200 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR KELIL
201 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR Dongargaon
202 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR MENDIL
203 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR Degaon
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Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
204 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR PADALWADI
205 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR --NoName--317
206 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR Ambewadi
207 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR KAMATAGE
208 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR KIRAWALE (K.G.)
209 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR --NoName--321
210 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR GHOSE (B.K.)
211 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR MOHISET
212 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR GHOTAGALI
213 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR SHINDHOLLI (B.K.)
214 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR SATANALI
215 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR AKRALI
216 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR BASTAWAD
217 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR KODAGAI
218 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR SULEGALI
219 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR MUDEWADI
220 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR --NoName--346
221 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR TARAWAD
222 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR --NoName--350
223 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR SUWATAWADI
224 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR KUMBARDA
225 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR GHARLI
226 Karnataka BELGAUM KHANAPUR --NoName--370
227 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET --NoName--1110
228 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET --NoName--1111
229 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET BARAGI
230 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET --NoName--1123
231 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET HONGAHALLI
232 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET CHANNAMALLIPURA
233 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET MADDUR
234 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET BERAMBADI
235 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET BACHAHALLI
236 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET LAKKIPURA
237 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET KALLIPURA
238 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET KUNAGAHALLI
239 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET BERAMBADI STATE FOREST
240 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET HEGGAVADI
241 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET CHIRAKANAHALLI
242 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET KADABUR
243 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET BANDIPURA STATE FOREST
244 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET --NoName--1137
245 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET --NoName--1138
246 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET BANDIPURA
247 Karnataka CHAMARAJA NAGAR GUNDLUPET KANIYANAPURA
248 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR MELAGIRI
249 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR KESAVINAMANE
250 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR HIPLA
251 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR HEGGARMATHAVANI
252 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR MADLA
253 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR ATHIGIRI
254 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR MELINAHULUVATHI
255 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR KESAVE
256 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR SUGUDUVANI
257 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR SIRAGOLA
258 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR KOLAGAVE
259 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR JAGARA
260 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR SHIRAVASE
261 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR BIDARE
262 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR MALAGARU
263 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR DATTATHREYAPEETA
264 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR CHURCHUGUDDE KAVAL
265 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR BOGGASE
266 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR BASAPURA
267 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR KADAVANTHI
268 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR BERANAGODU
269 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR HUIGERE
270 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR BASARAVALLI
271 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR SARAGODU
272 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR MANABOOR
273 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR --NoName--759
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Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
274 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR CHIKMAGALUR BIKKARANE
275 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA KELAKULI
276 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA GUNAVANTHE
277 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA HIREKODIGE
278 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA BOLAPURA
279 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA BHANDIGADI
280 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA KESAVE
281 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA KUMBARKOPPA
282 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA DEVARAHALLI
283 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA KAGGA
284 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA HONAGARU
285 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA TALAMAKKI ESTATE
286 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA ADDADA
287 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA NUGGI
288 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA SHANKARAPURA
289 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA HEGGARU
290 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA KUNCHUR
291 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA MARITHOTLU
292 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA BILAGADDE
293 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA --NoName--725
294 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA UDANA
295 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA MACHIKOPPA
296 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA KARIMANE
297 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA BELAWADI
298 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA LOKANATHAPURA
299 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA DAYAMBALLI
300 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA ADIGEBYLU
301 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA HEGGARU
302 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA HULIGARADI
303 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA DEVAGODU
304 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA HARALANE
305 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA MEGUR
306 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR KOPPA KALLUGUDDE
307 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE THANUDI
308 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE HORNADU
309 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE KALAKODU
310 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE SAMSE
311 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE IDKANI
312 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE KELAGUR
313 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE KUNDUR
314 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE --NoName--772
315 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE DARSHANA
316 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE ARAMANE THALAGUR
317 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE HEGGODLU
318 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE THATKOLA
319 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE KENJIGE ESTATE
320 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE DURGADAHALLI
321 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE MADUGUNDI
322 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE --NoName--810
323 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE ATTIGERE
324 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE TARUVE
325 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE BARIMALE ESTATE
326 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE KOGILE
327 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE GUTTI
328 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE MULARAHALLI
329 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE URUBAGE
330 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE HOSAKERE
331 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE BYRAPURA
332 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE MEKANAGADDE
333 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR MUDIGERE BYRAPURA ESTATE
334 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--660
335 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--663
336 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--664
337 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA KONAKERE
338 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--667
339 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA ARAMBALLI
340 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--670
341 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--671
342 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--672
343 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA VITTALA
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Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
344 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--679
345 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--680
346 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--683
347 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA BELLUR
348 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--694
349 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA KONODI
350 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA NANDIGAVE
351 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--704
352 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA ARALIKOPPA
353 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--709
354 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA SANKSE
355 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA BALE
356 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA SALUR
357 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA HEBBE
358 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA SARYA
359 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--713
360 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--715
361 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA HARAVARI
362 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA ALEHALLI
363 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA DAVANA
364 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--724
365 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--726
366 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA MEGARAMAKKI
367 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA --NoName--733
368 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR NARASIMHARAJPURA HALSUR
369 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI NEELANDUR
370 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI --NoName--720
371 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI KUMBARAGODU
372 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI MASIGE
373 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI MEEGA
374 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI RUSHYASHRINGAPURA (MARKAL)
375 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI MASIGE
376 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI YEDADALLI
377 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI YADADALU
378 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI BALEKADI
379 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI NEMMARU
380 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI GINIKAL
381 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI KUTHAGODU
382 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI Kere
383 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI SUNKADAMAKKI
384 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI --NoName--741
385 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI MUDUBA
386 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI MALANADU
387 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI Kere
388 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI NEMMAR ESTATE
389 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI GULAGANJIMANE
390 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI HADI
391 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI MATHUVALLI ESTATE
392 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI BALAGERE
393 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI --NoName--751
394 Karnataka CHIKMAGALUR SRINGERI SHEERLU
395 Karnataka COORG MERCARA HAMMIYALA
396 Karnataka COORG MERCARA --NoName--997
397 Karnataka COORG MERCARA MONNANGERI
398 Karnataka COORG MERCARA MUKKODLU
399 Karnataka COORG MERCARA GALIBEEDU
400 Karnataka COORG MERCARA SAMPAJE
401 Karnataka COORG MERCARA MELCHEMBU
402 Karnataka COORG MERCARA KARIKE
403 Karnataka COORG MERCARA BHAGAMANDALA
404 Karnataka COORG MERCARA BETTATHUR
405 Karnataka COORG MERCARA MADE
406 Karnataka COORG MERCARA KUNDACHERI
407 Karnataka COORG MERCARA KOPATTI
408 Karnataka COORG MERCARA THANNIMANI
409 Karnataka COORG MERCARA CHERANGALA
410 Karnataka COORG MERCARA KOLAGADALU
411 Karnataka COORG MERCARA SANNAPULIKOTU (NO.2)
412 Karnataka COORG MERCARA AIYANGERI
413 Karnataka COORG MERCARA PEROOR
7
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
414 Karnataka COORG MERCARA NALADI
415 Karnataka COORG MERCARA YEVAKAPADI
416 Karnataka COORG MERCARA CHELAVARA
417 Karnataka COORG MERCARA KARADA
418 Karnataka COORG SOMVARPET KUMARALLI
419 Karnataka COORG SOMVARPET SURLABI
420 Karnataka COORG SOMVARPET MALAMBI FOREST
421 Karnataka COORG SOMVARPET --NoName--996
422 Karnataka COORG SOMVARPET NIDTHA
423 Karnataka COORG SOMVARPET YEDAVANADU FOREST II
424 Karnataka COORG SOMVARPET JAINKALBETTA FOREST
425 Karnataka COORG SOMVARPET YEDAVANADU FOREST II
426 Karnataka COORG SOMVARPET --NoName--999
427 Karnataka COORG SOMVARPET ANEKAD FOREST
428 Karnataka COORG SOMVARPET ATTUR FOREST
429 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET KARADIGODU
430 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET MALDARE
431 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET CHANNAYAN KOTE
432 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET DEVAMACHI FOREST
433 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET AREKERI FOREST - I
434 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET AREKERI FOREST - III
435 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET KEDAMULLUR
436 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET PALANGALA
437 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET AREKERI FOREST - II
438 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET DEVANUR
439 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET HEGGALA
440 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET --NoName--1019
441 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET KUTTANDI
442 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET BADAGA
443 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET BADAGARAKERI
444 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET PARAKATAGERI
445 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET NALKERI FOREST
446 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET THERALU
447 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET KURCHI
448 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET KUTTA
449 Karnataka COORG VIRAJPET MANCHALLI & FOREST
450 Karnataka HASSAN ALUR ADIBYLU
451 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR ACHANAHALLI
452 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR MARAGUNDA
453 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR AGANI
454 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR --NoName--884
455 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR HODACHAHALLI
456 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR KADUMANE
457 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR DEVIHALLI
458 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR KESAGANAHALLI
459 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR --NoName--917
460 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR --NoName--918
461 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR HEGGADDE
462 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR ALUVALLI
463 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR --NoName--943
464 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR KADAGARAVALLI
465 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR --NoName--946
466 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR YADEKUMARI
467 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR HONGADAHALLA
468 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR BALEHALLA
469 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR HOSAHALLI
470 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR --NoName--963
471 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR JEDIGADDE
472 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR BATTEKUMARI
473 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR YATHAHALLA
474 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR ATHIHALLI
475 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR --NoName--968
476 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR YARAGALLI
477 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR --NoName--970
478 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR MARAGATHUR
479 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR ARINI
480 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR VANAGOOR
481 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR MANKANAHALLI
482 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR --NoName--976
483 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR --NoName--981
8
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
484 Karnataka HASSAN SAKALESHPUR BANAGERE
485 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA KODLAGADDE
486 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA --NoName--435
487 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA SHEVAKAR
488 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA KAMGE
489 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA LAKKEGULI
490 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA MALLANI
491 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA --NoName--442
492 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA --NoName--444
493 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA SUNKSAL
494 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA KATTINHAKKAL
495 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA --NoName--445
496 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA VARILBENA
497 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA HALVALLI
498 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA SAKALBENA
499 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA DONGRI
500 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA MARUGADDE
501 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA --NoName--450
502 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA BERDE
503 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA KAMMANI
504 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA HEBBUL
505 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA HEGGAR
506 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA NAVAGADDE
507 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA ADLUR
508 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA BOGRIBAIL
509 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA AGSUR
510 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA KUNTGANI
511 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA HILLUR
512 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA TALGADDE
513 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA GULE
514 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA MANIGADDE
515 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA VASAR KUDRIGE
516 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA VARILBENA
517 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA SURVE
518 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA VASAR KUDRIGE
519 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA ACHAVE
520 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA MORALLI
521 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA KODSANI
522 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA SHIRUR
523 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA KAREBAIL
524 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA KENKANISHIVAPUR
525 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA KAREBAIL
526 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA BRAHMUR
527 Karnataka KARWAR ANKOLA TAKATGERI
528 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL KOPPA
529 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL HENJALE
530 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL HASARVALLI
531 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL BADABAG
532 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL AGGA
533 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL HUDIL
534 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL --NoName--579
535 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL --NoName--581
536 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL ANTRAVALLI
537 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL HALLYANI
538 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL KITRE
539 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL HADAVALLI
540 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL VONI BAGIL
541 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL --NoName--587
542 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL MARUKERI
543 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL KURANDUR
544 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL KUNTAVANI
545 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL ARAVAKKI
546 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL BILURMANE
547 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL BESE
548 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL --NoName--601
549 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL HEJJIL
550 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL HALLARI
551 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL KEKKOD
552 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL BENANDOOR
553 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL KAGGUNDI
9
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
554 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL Mugali
555 Karnataka KARWAR BHATKAL NUZ
556 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR CHANDAVAR
557 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR KADNIR
558 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR HODKE SHIROOR
559 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR HIREBAIL
560 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR HOSGOD
561 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR SALKOD
562 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR NILKOD
563 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR --NoName--530
564 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR GUNDABALA
565 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR MAHIME
566 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR TUMBOLLI
567 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR HERAVALI
568 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR JALWALLI
569 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR SARALAGI
570 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR HULEGAR
571 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR --NoName--539
572 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR --NoName--541
573 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR --NoName--542
574 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR KELGIN-IDGUNJI
575 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR UPPONI
576 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR GUNAVANTE
577 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR NAGARABASTIKERI
578 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR HINNUR
579 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR BIRANGOD
580 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR BEGODI
581 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR MAGOD
582 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR MELIN-MANNIGE
583 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR HADGERI
584 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR SHIRKUR
585 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR --NoName--551
586 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR GUDEMAKKI
587 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR ADUKAL
588 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR MANKI
589 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR KHANDODI
590 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR DABBOD
591 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR HADIKAL
592 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR ADEKEKULI
593 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR ASHIKERI
594 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR KOTA
595 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR TUMBEBEELA
596 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR SAMPOLLI
597 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR SULEBIL
598 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR HERALI
599 Karnataka KARWAR HONAVAR KUCHODI
600 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA PALADA
601 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--320
602 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA VIRANJOL
603 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA AKHETI
604 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA VATALA
605 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--331
606 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--337
607 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA PAYASWADI
608 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA ANAMOD
609 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA KALAMBULI
610 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--358
611 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA DURG
612 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA KONSHET
613 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--360
614 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA Amshet
615 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA CHAPOLI (A)
616 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA KAMRA
617 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA MIRAS KUMBELI
618 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA SHINGARGAON
619 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--367
620 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA ASU
621 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA Bori
622 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA IVOLI
623 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--372
10
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
624 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA BOREGALI
625 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA TIMBHOLI
626 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA VAIJAGAON
627 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA AVEDA
628 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA KASARLE
629 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--379
630 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA BAMANAWADI
631 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA Kuveshi
632 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA KUMBRAL
633 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA DONSHET
634 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA VARANDE
635 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA PUSHELI
636 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA BANDODA
637 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--383
638 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--384
639 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--385
640 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA VAINI
641 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA JAGALBET
642 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA USODA
643 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--388
644 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA ASULLI
645 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA PISOSE
646 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--389
647 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--390
648 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA KONDA (HALIYAL)
649 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA VIRAL
650 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--393
651 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--394
652 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA MAVALINGE
653 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA BADGUND
654 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--396
655 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--397
656 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--398
657 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA DIGGI
658 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--399
659 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA VIRNOLI
660 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA BAPELI
661 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--401
662 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA PANJELI
663 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--402
664 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA TERALI
665 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--403
666 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--404
667 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--405
668 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--406
669 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA NAGODA
670 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--407
671 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--408
672 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA CHAPOLI (KALSAI)
673 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA JOIDA
674 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--409
675 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--411
676 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA NAGARI
677 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA CHAPOLI (A)
678 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA HUDASA
679 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--412
680 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA KUNDAL
681 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--413
682 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--414
683 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--415
684 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--416
685 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA KUMBELI
686 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA TINAI KHAND
687 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA GODASHET
688 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA GUND
689 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--418
690 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA KALASAI
691 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA NUJJI
692 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--419
693 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA AMBOLLI
11
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
694 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA YERAMUKH
695 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA NIGUNDI
696 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA Chafer
697 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--420
698 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA BADPOLI
699 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA BIDOLI
700 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA HEBBAL
701 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--422
702 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA ANASHI
703 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA TULASGERI
704 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA Shivapur
705 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA ULAVI
706 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--425
707 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--426
708 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA BIRKHOL
709 Karnataka KARWAR JOIDA --NoName--428
710 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR LANDE
711 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR --NoName--421
712 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR GOYAR
713 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR GOTEGALI
714 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR MAIGINI
715 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR BALEMANE
716 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR BHAIRE
717 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR KADRA
718 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR GOPASHITTA
719 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR HANKON
720 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR MUDGERI
721 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR HOTEGALI
722 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR DEVAKAR
723 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR ARAV
724 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR SAWANTWADA
725 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR MALLAPUR
726 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR VIRJE
727 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR KERWADI \I\
728 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR KUCHEGAR
729 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR KADIYE
730 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR KAIGA
731 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR DEVALMAKKI
732 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR SHIRVE
733 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR NIVLI
734 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR HARTUGA
735 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR SIDDAR
736 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR Kadwad
737 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR BARGAL
738 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR NIVLI
739 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR BELUR
740 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR NAGEKOVE
741 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR SHIRWAD
742 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR TODUR
743 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR --NoName--440
744 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR --NoName--441
745 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR CHENDIYE
746 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR ARGA
747 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR AMADALLI
748 Karnataka KARWAR KARWAR --NoName--446
749 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA HEGLE
750 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA YANA
751 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA KADKOD
752 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA KOLIMANJAGUNI
753 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA SANDOLLI-MUTTOLLI
754 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA --NoName--483
755 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA KURIGADDE
756 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA MUGVEKANVADI
757 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA YELAVALLI
758 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA --NoName--487
759 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA ANEGUNDI
760 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA YEDATARE
761 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA YATTINABAIL
762 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA HEBBAIL
763 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA ALKOD
12
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
764 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA NILKOD
765 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA ANEGUNDI
766 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA ANTRAVALLI
767 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA SANTUR
768 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA --NoName--496
769 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA KANAKALE
770 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA MALWALLI
771 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA KAVALODI
772 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA KALVE
773 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA SHIRGUNJI
774 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA MORSE
775 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA --NoName--500
776 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA --NoName--502
777 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA BANGANE
778 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA --NoName--508
779 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA MUDGI
780 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA HOSAD
781 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA SOPPINAHOSALLI
782 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA DIVALLI
783 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA MUDNALLI
784 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA BASOLLI
785 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA MEDINI
786 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA SANTAGAL
787 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA HOLANAGADDE
788 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA ABBOLLI
789 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA HINDBAIL
790 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA HARAVALLI
791 Karnataka KARWAR KUMTA ULLURMATH
792 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR GIRGADDE
793 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR AREHALLA
794 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR DEVISAR
795 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR SHIGEHALLI
796 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR GHATTIKAI
797 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR TAGGINBALGAR
798 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR KELGIN SARKULI
799 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR --NoName--489
800 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR --NoName--490
801 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR MANIGAR
802 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR UMBALMANE
803 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HALLIBAIL
804 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR KANCHIKAI
805 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR YELUGAR
806 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HALDOT
807 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR BALEKAI
808 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR GOLGOD
809 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR --NoName--499
810 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR GAVINGUDDE
811 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR BIDARMANE
812 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR MULGUNDA
813 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR KARJAGI
814 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR --NoName--501
815 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HULLUNDE
816 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR MATTI HALLI
817 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HIREKAI (KODSAR HALKANI)
818 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR SURGIKOPPA
819 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR MUDHALLI
820 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR KALEN HALLI
821 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR TARESAR
822 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR NILKUND
823 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR --NoName--505
824 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR NANDYANE
825 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HEGGE
826 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR GODLABIL
827 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HASARGOD
828 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HEGGARANI
829 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HUTAGAR ( MUTHALLI )
830 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR --NoName--510
831 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HUKALI (WAJGOD)
832 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HARIGAR
833 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HANDIYANE MATH
13
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
834 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR --NoName--513
835 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HAVINBIL
836 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR --NoName--515
837 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR UNCHALLI
838 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR NIDGOD
839 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR ALGOD
840 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR MUTTIGE (GUNJAGOD)
841 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HEGGODMANE
842 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR --NoName--516
843 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HONNEKOMB
844 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HALDOT
845 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR NALIGAR
846 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR BANDISARA
847 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR --NoName--517
848 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR GIJAGINI
849 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HADRIMANE
850 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HALAGADIKOPPA
851 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR NAIGAR
852 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR ILLIMANE
853 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR KASTUR
854 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR BILEGOD
855 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR KADAVADI
856 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR MAVINKOD
857 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR DODMANE
858 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR --NoName--520
859 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR BALLATTE
860 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HEGGADDE
861 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR BALESAR
862 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR NIRGOD
863 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR KAUNSALE
864 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR --NoName--525
865 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR BILGI
866 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR BALEKOPPA (SHIRALGI)
867 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR BALGOD
868 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR MAGHEGAR
869 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR KOLGI
870 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR BEGAR
871 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR KUDEGOD
872 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR KODIGADDE
873 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR MUTTIGE (KAVAL KOPPA)
874 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR ITAGI
875 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR SANGOLIMANE
876 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR DANMAV
877 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR TARAGOD
878 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR TALEKERI
879 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR --NoName--536
880 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR ALAVALLI
881 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR ALGOD
882 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR SUTTALMANE
883 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR MATTIGAR
884 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR CHANDRAGHATGI
885 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HUKALI (WAJGOD)
886 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HARALIKOPPA
887 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR KODGADDE
888 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR MALEMANE
889 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HEMAGAR
890 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HEJANI
891 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR KILAR
892 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR KULIBID
893 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR --NoName--543
894 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR MALVAJADDI
895 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR HEGGEKOPPA
896 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR KORALKAI
897 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR MUSAVALLI
898 Karnataka KARWAR SIDDAPUR MALAVALLI
899 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI GADIHALLI
900 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI GADIHALLI
901 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI --NoName--443
902 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI DHORANAGIRI
903 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KODNAGADDE
14
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
904 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI YADALLI
905 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI MUSKI
906 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI GOUDALLI
907 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI MOGADDE
908 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI --NoName--447
909 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI DASANGADDE
910 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI VANALLI
911 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI AUDALA
912 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI --NoName--449
913 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HULGOL
914 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KOPPA
915 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI GURUVALLI
916 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI SHIRGANI
917 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI MUDEBAIL
918 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI BAKKAL
919 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI SONDA
920 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI GONSAR
921 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI ANGODKOPPA
922 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI ULLAL
923 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KODIGAR
924 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KUGTEMANE
925 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HUDELKOPPA
926 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI BOPPANALLI
927 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI NAKSHE
928 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI BENAGI
929 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI MUREGAR
930 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HAREHULEKAL
931 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI AGASAL
932 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KUGTEMANE
933 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KELGINKERI
934 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI SADASHIVALLI
935 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI MALALGAON
936 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI SHIGEHALLI
937 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI MANADUR
938 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI ISLOOR
939 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KOTEKOPPA
940 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HEBBALLI
941 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI MUNDGANMANE
942 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI --NoName--458
943 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI UMMADI
944 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI NEELKANI
945 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI BISLAKOPPA
946 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI SARGUPPA
947 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HULDEVANSAR
948 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI MATTIHALLI
949 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI --NoName--462
950 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI PURA
951 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI JADDIGADDE
952 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI ACHANALLI
953 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI MODUR
954 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI --NoName--465
955 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HAREPAL
956 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI GONGATTA
957 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI SINGANALLI
958 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI DEVANALLI
959 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KANDRAJI
960 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI GONUR
961 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KARJIGIMANE
962 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HEDIGEMANE
963 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI BYAGADDE
964 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KALVE
965 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HUSRI
966 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI ONIGADDE
967 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI MUNDAGESAR
968 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI MARGUNDI
969 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KYADGIKOPPA
970 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HEDIGEMANE
971 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI SANNALLI
972 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI --NoName--475
973 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HEGGAR
15
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
974 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI BENAGAON
975 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI SUGAVI
976 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KALKOPPA
977 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KALLALLI
978 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HAKKIGADDE
979 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KALUGAR
980 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KALKARDI
981 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI MUNDAGESAR
982 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI --NoName--478
983 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KANALLI
984 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI GADGERI
985 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI ADALLI
986 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HALLUSARGI
987 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI TEPPAR
988 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HOSTOTA
989 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HALLUSARGI
990 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI MANJAGUNI
991 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HEBRE
992 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KODGIBAIL
993 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KALGUNDIKOPPA
994 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI NAVILGAR
995 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI GADIHALLI
996 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI BIDRALLI
997 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI VADDINAKOPPA
998 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HOSTOTA
999 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HADALAGI
1000 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI NAVANAGERI
1001 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KUKRI
1002 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI SOMANALLI
1003 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI UPLEKOPPA
1004 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI UMBLEKOPPA
1005 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI MUNDGEHALLI
1006 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI SAMPAKHANDA
1007 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI JANMANE (H)
1008 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI BANDAL
1009 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI TUDUGUNI
1010 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KALLI
1011 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KUGTEMANE
1012 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI MUNDGEHALLI
1013 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HANAGAR
1014 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI NERLAVALLI
1015 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI BISLAKOPPA
1016 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI DEVIMANE
1017 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI DEVIMANE
1018 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI HOSUR
1019 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI BALAVALLI
1020 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI Badagi
1021 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI KADGOD
1022 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI ADALLI
1023 Karnataka KARWAR SIRSI BUGADI
1024 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR HOTAGERI
1025 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR LALGULI
1026 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR KIRAVATTI
1027 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR KANNIGERI
1028 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR GOTGULI
1029 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR NAGARAKHAN
1030 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR KANNADAGAL
1031 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR SAVAGADDE
1032 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR ANGOD
1033 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR MADNUR
1034 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BELEGERI
1035 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR HIRIYAL
1036 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR GOPADMANE
1037 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BARAGADDE
1038 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR KATTIGE
1039 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BISGOD
1040 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR CHIMANALLI
1041 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR SHISTAMUDI
1042 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR DEHALLI
1043 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR TATAGAR
16
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
1044 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR HAMSANA GADDE
1045 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR HEGGAPUR
1046 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR KALASURU
1047 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BALAGAR
1048 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR SOMANALLI
1049 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR LINGADABAILU
1050 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR --NoName--427
1051 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BARABALLI
1052 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR DONAGAR
1053 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BANKASALLI
1054 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BENDIGERI
1055 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR CHANDGULI
1056 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR KALACHE
1057 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR --NoName--429
1058 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BAGINKATTA
1059 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR GADIJOGADMANE
1060 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR CHIMANALLI
1061 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BHOMNALLI
1062 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR GHARWAS
1063 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR PURATBOMNALLI
1064 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BEEGAR
1065 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR --NoName--430
1066 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR IDAGUNDI
1067 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BILKI
1068 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR KEREHOSALLI
1069 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR TARGAR
1070 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR HOTAGERI
1071 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR CHIKKOTTI
1072 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR MALALGAON
1073 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR HONAGADDE
1074 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR KODLAGADDE
1075 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR KAMPLI
1076 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR MAVINAMANE
1077 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR SHIRANALA
1078 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR HEGGUMBALE
1079 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR AALWAD
1080 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR MAGOD
1081 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR GULLAPUR
1082 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR KELASHI
1083 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR DABAGULI
1084 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BARE
1085 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR HALAGOD
1086 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR HULLARAMANE
1087 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BARE
1088 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR JAKKOLLI
1089 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR KUSGULI
1090 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BAICHGOD
1091 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR HARIGADDE
1092 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR YADALLI
1093 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR HALASINKOPPA
1094 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR UCHAGERI
1095 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BIDRALLI
1096 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR JADDIGADDE
1097 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR GERAL
1098 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR HIRESAR
1099 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BHARATANAHALLI
1100 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR ILEHALLI
1101 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR HITTLALLI
1102 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BELLAMBI
1103 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR KANAGOD-BALEHADDA
1104 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR TAREHALLI
1105 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR HASALMANE
1106 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BHARANII
1107 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR CHAVATTI
1108 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR HEMMADI
1109 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR BEEJANAKOPPA
1110 Karnataka KARWAR YELLAPUR Kanur
1111 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI NARAVI
1112 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI MALAVANTHIGE
1113 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI KUTHLURU
17
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
1114 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI SULKERIMOGRU
1115 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI SHIRLALU
1116 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI NAVARA
1117 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI SAVANALU
1118 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI CHARMADI
1119 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI SULKERI
1120 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI NAVOORU
1121 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI NERIYA
1122 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI NADA
1123 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI PUDUVETTU
1124 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI SHISHILA
1125 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI KALANJA
1126 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI --NoName--919
1127 Karnataka MANGALORE BELTHANGADI REKHYA
1128 Karnataka MANGALORE PUTTUR KOWKRADI
1129 Karnataka MANGALORE PUTTUR G0LITHATTU
1130 Karnataka MANGALORE PUTTUR SHIRADY
1131 Karnataka MANGALORE PUTTUR ALANTHAYA
1132 Karnataka MANGALORE PUTTUR --NoName--947
1133 Karnataka MANGALORE PUTTUR ICHLAMPADY
1134 Karnataka MANGALORE PUTTUR SHIRIBAGILU
1135 Karnataka MANGALORE PUTTUR BALLYA
1136 Karnataka MANGALORE PUTTUR KOMBARU
1137 Karnataka MANGALORE PUTTUR BILINELE
1138 Karnataka MANGALORE PUTTUR DOLPADY
1139 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA BALPA
1140 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA YENEKALLU
1141 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA SUBRAMANYA
1142 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA --NoName--989
1143 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA NALKOORU
1144 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA KUTHKUNJA
1145 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA --NoName--990
1146 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA DEVACHALLA
1147 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA HARIHARAPALLATHADKA
1148 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA BALAGODU
1149 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA --NoName--994
1150 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA MADAPPADY
1151 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA UBARADKA MITTUR
1152 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA KALMAKARU
1153 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA ARANTHODU
1154 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA ALETTY
1155 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA SAMPAJE
1156 Karnataka MANGALORE SULYA THODIKANA
1157 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE RAJEGOWDANAHUNDI
1158 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE SOLLAPURA
1159 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE GOWDIMACHANAYAKANA HALLI
1160 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE SIDDAPURA
1161 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE METIKUPPE FOREST
1162 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE AGASANAHUNDI
1163 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE METIKUPPE
1164 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1037
1165 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1038
1166 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE HIREHALLI
1167 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE HONNURKUPPE
1168 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE ANTHARASANTHE
1169 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1057
1170 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE RAGALAKUPPE
1171 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE MANCHEGOWDANAHALLI
1172 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE KAKANAKOTE FOREST
1173 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1066
1174 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE N.BELATHUR
1175 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE NISNA
1176 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1076
1177 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1078
1178 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE BEGURU
1179 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1082
1180 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1084
1181 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE KENCHANAHALLI
1182 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1086
1183 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE HARIYALAPURA
18
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
1184 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1087
1185 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1088
1186 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE KATAWALU
1187 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1091
1188 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1092
1189 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1093
1190 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1094
1191 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1095
1192 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1096
1193 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE BADAGA
1194 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE KANDALIKE
1195 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1098
1196 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE SEEGEVADI
1197 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE BANKAVADI
1198 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE ANEMALA
1199 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE HOSAKOTE
1200 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE CHANNAGUNDI
1201 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE NETKALHUNDI
1202 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1102
1203 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1103
1204 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1104
1205 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE KADEGADDE
1206 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE HIREHALLI
1207 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1108
1208 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1109
1209 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1113
1210 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1114
1211 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE INUR MARIGUDI JUNGLE
1212 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1116
1213 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1117
1214 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1118
1215 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE BARAGI
1216 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE ALANAHALLI
1217 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE VADERAHALLI
1218 Karnataka MYSORE HEGGADADEVANAKOTE --NoName--1122
1219 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA NANDRI
1220 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA DODDA BILAGODU
1221 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA ALAVALLI
1222 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA HULUSALE MALAVALLI
1223 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA HOLAGODU
1224 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA AMACHI
1225 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA THOTADA KOPPA
1226 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA HARIDRAVATI
1227 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA H.HUNASAVALLI
1228 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA MENASE
1229 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA MASARUR
1230 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA NELAGALALE
1231 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KANAGODU
1232 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA GUBBIGA
1233 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA MELINA SAMPALLI
1234 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA CHURDA
1235 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA BASAVAPURA
1236 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA MAJAVANA
1237 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA NERALA MANE
1238 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA BASAVAPURA
1239 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA BENAVALLI
1240 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA ARASALU
1241 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA SIDIYAPURA
1242 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA VEERABHADRAPURA
1243 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KACHIGEBYLU
1244 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KALASETTI KOPPA
1245 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KUKAKALALE
1246 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA HOSAKOPPA
1247 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA JENI
1248 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA BILKI
1249 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA ANDAGOLI
1250 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA HIREMAITHE
1251 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA HALETHOTA
1252 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA HAROHITHLU
1253 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KALKOPPA
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1254 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KOTESHIRUR
1255 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA MALAVALLI
1256 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA HEBBIGE
1257 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA PUNAJE
1258 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA NEELAKANTANATHOTA
1259 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA THAMMADIKOPPA
1260 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA ARAGODI
1261 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA MALALI
1262 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KESARE
1263 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA H.HONNE KOPPA
1264 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KARAGODU
1265 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA TARIGA
1266 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA MASAGALLI
1267 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA HARAMBALLI
1268 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA DUMMA
1269 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KOLAVALLI
1270 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KALIKAPURA
1271 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA MUGADTHI
1272 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA MULAGADDE
1273 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KUSGUNDI
1274 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KALASE
1275 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA TALALE
1276 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA MUTHUR
1277 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA GUBBIGA
1278 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KALKOPPA
1279 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA YALAGALLU
1280 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA ADAGODI
1281 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KALLUR
1282 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KAGACHI
1283 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KARIGERASU
1284 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA BELUR
1285 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA NAGODI
1286 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA HULIGADDE
1287 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA MANJAGALALE
1288 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA K.KUNNUR
1289 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA HEBBURLI
1290 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA HOSUR
1291 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA BIDHARALLI
1292 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA BEHALLI
1293 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA K.KUNNUR
1294 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA MASAKANI
1295 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA SHAKAVALLI
1296 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA L.GUDDEKOPPA
1297 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA VADAHOSALLI
1298 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA AMRUTHA
1299 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA MALALI KOPPA
1300 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA SAVANTHUR
1301 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA ARAMANE KOPPA
1302 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KAMMACHI
1303 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA BALEKOPPA
1304 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA H.HONNE KOPPA
1305 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA HIRIYOGI
1306 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KATTINAHOLE
1307 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA DOBYLU
1308 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA MATHIKAI
1309 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA BRAHMANATHARUVE
1310 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KODUR
1311 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA NELLUNDE
1312 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA THRINIVE
1313 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KODASE
1314 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA ANEGADDE
1315 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA BHRAMANAVADA
1316 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA BASAVANABYANA
1317 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KILANDUR
1318 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA THOGARE
1319 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA BYSE
1320 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA MUDUGOPPA (NAGARA)
1321 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA BILLODI
1322 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA HILUKUNJI
1323 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KALLUVIDI ABBIGALLA
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1324 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA MALALI
1325 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA BELLUR
1326 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KILANDUR
1327 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KADIGGERE
1328 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KARIMANE
1329 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KABALE
1330 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA RYAVE
1331 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA ADAGODI
1332 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KHYRUGUNDHA
1333 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA GINIKALLU
1334 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA Kolavadi
1335 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA NIDAGODU
1336 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KAVARI
1337 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA SULAGODU
1338 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA YADUR
1339 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KATTEKOPPA
1340 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA HUMMADAGALLU
1341 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA GUBBIGA
1342 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA BEGADALI
1343 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA ULTHIGA
1344 Karnataka SHIMOGA HOSANAGARA KORANAKOTE
1345 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR GUTHANAHALLI
1346 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR TALAKALALE
1347 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KORLIKOPPA
1348 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR TALAVATA
1349 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR --NoName--549
1350 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR HALAVAGODU
1351 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR JAMBANI
1352 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR --NoName--550
1353 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BILISIRI
1354 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR MADASURU
1355 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KANUTHOTA
1356 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BIDARUR
1357 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR HIREMANE
1358 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BELANDUR
1359 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR LAVIGGERE
1360 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR --NoName--552
1361 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR --NoName--554
1362 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KERODI
1363 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BELLANNE
1364 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR MALLA
1365 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BHYRAPURA
1366 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR URULAGALLU
1367 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KUDIGERE
1368 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR HONNEMARADU
1369 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR NADAVALLI
1370 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR --NoName--560
1371 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KANURU
1372 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR NARAGODU
1373 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR CHANNASHETTIKOPPA
1374 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR NEECHADI
1375 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR HIREBILAGUNJI
1376 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BALIGERE
1377 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR --NoName--566
1378 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR YALAVARSI
1379 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR --NoName--567
1380 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR SHIRAGUPPE
1381 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR SAMPALLI
1382 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR --NoName--568
1383 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KANAPAGARU
1384 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR MANDAVALLI
1385 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BANUMANE
1386 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR ARALAGODU
1387 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR YALAGALALE
1388 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR NITLIHALETHOTA
1389 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR ARAVADE
1390 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR HAROGOPPA
1391 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR CHIKKABILAGUNJI
1392 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR HENAGERE
1393 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BANADAKOPPA
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1394 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR GOWTHAMPURA
1395 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR HIREHARAKA
1396 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BYADARAKOPPA
1397 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KAPTEMANE
1398 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR ULLURU
1399 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KESAVINAMANE
1400 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KOPPARIGE
1401 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR HULAKODU
1402 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR PURADASARA
1403 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KASPADI
1404 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR HOTALASARA
1405 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR NAGAVALLI
1406 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KOPPALAGADDE
1407 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR CHANNASHETTIKOPPA
1408 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR GUDIHITHALU
1409 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR NEDARAVALLI
1410 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR NADAVALLI
1411 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR DANANDUR
1412 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR CHIKKAMATTUR
1413 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR MATTIKOPPA
1414 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR CHIPLI
1415 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR NADAVADDALLI
1416 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BRAHMANACHITRATTE
1417 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR HAROGOPPA
1418 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR NARASIPURA
1419 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BHANUKULI
1420 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR MUMBALU
1421 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KANNUR INAM
1422 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR NANDITALE
1423 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR --NoName--574
1424 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR MALALI
1425 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR HONGODU
1426 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR JAMBEKOPPA
1427 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR HOSAGUNDA
1428 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR CHANNAGONDA
1429 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BALIGE
1430 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR MAVINASARA
1431 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KANUMANE
1432 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR MUNDIGESARA
1433 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR TANGALAVADI
1434 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR CHANNIGANATHOTA
1435 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR GUDIHITHALU
1436 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KALURU
1437 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR TUMARI
1438 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR SANGALA
1439 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR AMBARAGODLU
1440 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR HEBBASE
1441 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR --NoName--578
1442 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR GILALAGUNDI
1443 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BALLIBYLU
1444 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BALAGODU
1445 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR HEBBARIGE
1446 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR CHADARAVALLI
1447 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KURUVA RI
1448 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KEREHITHALU
1449 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BESUR
1450 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR YEBBODI
1451 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR TUMARI KOPPA
1452 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KAPTEMANE
1453 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR HEGGATTU
1454 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR ARABALLI
1455 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR LAKKAVALLI
1456 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR SATALALU
1457 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR GIJAGA
1458 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR INDUVALLI
1459 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KATTINAKARU
1460 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR --NoName--589
1461 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR GANTINAKOPPA
1462 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KUDARURU
1463 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BOBBIGE
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1464 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR HOTALASARA
1465 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KOLUR
1466 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KOLUR
1467 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KANIKE
1468 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR --NoName--600
1469 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR MALURU
1470 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KOLUR
1471 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KODANAVALLI
1472 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR BARUVE
1473 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR ADAGALALE
1474 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR KARANI
1475 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR TALAGODU
1476 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR SHANKANNA SHANUBHOG
1477 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR MARATI
1478 Karnataka SHIMOGA SAGAR --NoName--639
1479 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIKARPUR --NoName--555
1480 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIKARPUR --NoName--556
1481 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIKARPUR SIDIGINAHALU
1482 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIKARPUR --NoName--559
1483 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIKARPUR --NoName--562
1484 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIKARPUR --NoName--563
1485 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIKARPUR MADRAVALLI
1486 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIKARPUR --NoName--565
1487 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIKARPUR YAREKOPPA
1488 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIKARPUR MATHIGHATTA
1489 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIKARPUR KITTADAHALLI
1490 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIKARPUR KUTRAHALLI
1491 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA KUMSI
1492 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA KONE HOSURU
1493 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA THUPPURU
1494 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA --NoName--575
1495 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA ALKUNI
1496 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA VITAGONDANA KOPPA
1497 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA KESAVINA KATTE
1498 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA SANNIVASA
1499 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA KEMPENA KOPPA
1500 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA HORABYLU
1501 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA BHAIRANAKOPPA
1502 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA KORAGI
1503 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA SHANTHI KERE
1504 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA SHETTI KERE
1505 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA MADE KOPPA
1506 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA MANDAGATTA
1507 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA SUDURU
1508 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA ADAGADI
1509 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA VEERAGARANA BHAIRANA KOPPA
1510 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA CHIKKAMATHALI
1511 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA --NoName--618
1512 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA ANESARA
1513 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA CHANNA HALLI
1514 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA ITTIGE HALLI
1515 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA DODDAMATHALI
1516 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA ADINA KOTTIGE
1517 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA THEVARA KOPPA
1518 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA SHIRIGERE
1519 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA THAMMADI HALLI
1520 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA --NoName--621
1521 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA THAVARE KOPPA
1522 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA GUDDADA ARAKERE
1523 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA MANJARI KOPPA
1524 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA KOODI
1525 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA --NoName--627
1526 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA HOSURU
1527 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA PURADALU
1528 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA ANUPINA KATTE
1529 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA MALE SHANKARA
1530 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA MALESHANKARA STATE FOREST
1531 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA HANUMANTHA PURA
1532 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA GOVINDAPURA
1533 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA AGASAVALLI
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1534 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA SHETTY HALLI
1535 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA ECHAVADI
1536 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA BASAVAPURA
1537 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA SAKRE BYLU
1538 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA THATTI KERE
1539 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA HOSAKOPPA
1540 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA CHITRA SHETTY HALLI
1541 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA GAJANURU MULLAKERE
1542 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA VEERA PURA
1543 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA KUDAGALA MANE
1544 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA KUSKURU
1545 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA YARAGANALU
1546 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA KADEKAL
1547 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA HURULI HALLI
1548 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA KYDOTLU
1549 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA UMBLE BYLU
1550 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA SARI GERE
1551 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA GANIDALU
1552 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA --NoName--651
1553 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA SIDDAMAJI HOSURU
1554 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA --NoName--659
1555 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA KAKANA HOSUDI
1556 Karnataka SHIMOGA SHIMOGA LINGAPURA
1557 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI --NoName--636
1558 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HUMCHADAKATTE
1559 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HUTTALLI
1560 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI ALUR
1561 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI VATAGARU
1562 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KARAKUCHI
1563 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KESARE
1564 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI YOGIMALALI
1565 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI UMBLEBAILU
1566 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI MUNIYUR
1567 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HIREKALLAHALLI
1568 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HANAGERE
1569 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI THOREBAILU
1570 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI SHANKARAPURA
1571 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI CHIKKALLALLI
1572 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI ALASE
1573 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI MANDAKA
1574 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI SHIRANALLI
1575 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BEEDE
1576 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI MELINAKADAGODU
1577 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KOMBINAKAI
1578 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HEGALATHI
1579 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HOSAKOPPA
1580 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI JOGIKOPPA
1581 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KEEGADI
1582 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HADIGALLU
1583 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI DEMLAPURA
1584 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BASAVANAGADDE
1585 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KONANDUR
1586 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI ADINASARA
1587 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI AKLAPURA
1588 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HALAVANAHALLI
1589 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI GARAGA
1590 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI SURULI
1591 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI VENKANAHALLI
1592 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KITTANDUR
1593 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KATTEKOPPA
1594 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI MALLAPURA
1595 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI SINGANABIDARE
1596 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI SALEKOPPA
1597 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KIKKERI
1598 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI TRIYAMBAKAPURA
1599 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI YAMARAVALLI
1600 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HULLUKODU
1601 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI TALALE
1602 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HOSAKERE
1603 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KULUNDE
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1604 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI ATTIGADDE
1605 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KUCHHALU
1606 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KHANDAKA
1607 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KALAVATHI
1608 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BOMMANAHALLI
1609 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI NERALAMANE
1610 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI VIRUPAPURA
1611 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI THOTADAKOPPA
1612 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI NERALAKOPPA
1613 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BEESU
1614 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI YADAVATHI
1615 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BILUVEHARIHARAPURA
1616 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI TENKABYLU
1617 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI --NoName--652
1618 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI NANDIGODU
1619 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI UBBURU
1620 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HALAGA
1621 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KADEGADDE
1622 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI NEKRAGODU
1623 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KANGALAKOPPA
1624 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BYLUBADAGI
1625 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI MELINAPADARAVALLI
1626 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI AGASADI
1627 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI SHINDUVADI
1628 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BANDYA
1629 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HALASAVALA
1630 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI TENGINAKOPPA
1631 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI SHEDGAR
1632 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HOSAKODIGE
1633 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI MITLA GODU
1634 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KAVERI
1635 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HEMMAKKI
1636 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI LINGAPURA
1637 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI TYANANDURU
1638 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI YADEHALLIPAL
1639 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KUDUMALLIGE
1640 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BILUVEHARIHARAPURA
1641 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KIMMANE
1642 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KAVALEDURGA
1643 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI YADAGUDDE
1644 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BEJJAVALLI
1645 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BOBLI
1646 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KASAGARU
1647 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI JAMBUVALLI
1648 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BEKSHIKENJIGUDDE
1649 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BOBLIHINCHUVALLI
1650 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HOSAKOPPA
1651 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HALUMAHISHI
1652 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KELAKERE
1653 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KOKKODU
1654 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HEDDURU
1655 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI MAHISHI
1656 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HASANDUR
1657 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BINTALA
1658 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KUDUVALLI
1659 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KOLAGIBYLU
1660 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI SHETTIGALAKOPPA
1661 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HOLEKOPPA
1662 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI MUNNURHALLI
1663 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KODLU
1664 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI MRUGAVADHE
1665 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI ANGALAGODIGE
1666 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI LAKKUNDA
1667 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI Mavadi
1668 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI INGLADI
1669 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HORABAILU
1670 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI ALMANE
1671 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI ANDAGERE
1672 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BOGARUKOPPA
1673 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BILUMANE
25
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1674 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI SHEDGAR
1675 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI MANIKOPPA
1676 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KOLAGI
1677 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HONNEKERE
1678 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI SHUNTIHAKLU
1679 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI THUMBRAMANE
1680 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HURULI
1681 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI --NoName--688
1682 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI SHIVALLI
1683 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI YADAMANE
1684 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HADAGINAMAKKI
1685 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HERAMBAPURA
1686 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BELLANGI
1687 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KOLIGE
1688 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HOLALURBETAGERE
1689 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KABASE
1690 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BEKKANUR
1691 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI DASANAKODIGE
1692 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI GURUVALLI
1693 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KEERANAKERE
1694 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI SHIRURU
1695 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HOSURU
1696 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI CHANGARU
1697 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI HONNETALU
1698 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI KUNDA
1699 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI NANTUR
1700 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI --NoName--712
1701 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI TALLURU
1702 Karnataka SHIMOGA THIRTHAHALLI BALEHALLI
1703 Karnataka UDUPI KARKAL BELENJE
1704 Karnataka UDUPI KARKAL NADPALU
1705 Karnataka UDUPI KARKAL KUCHCHUR
1706 Karnataka UDUPI KARKAL CHARA
1707 Karnataka UDUPI KARKAL HEBRI
1708 Karnataka UDUPI KARKAL KABBINALE
1709 Karnataka UDUPI KARKAL ANDARU
1710 Karnataka UDUPI KARKAL --NoName--754
1711 Karnataka UDUPI KARKAL --NoName--758
1712 Karnataka UDUPI KARKAL DURGA
1713 Karnataka UDUPI KARKAL Mala
1714 Karnataka UDUPI KARKAL --NoName--781
1715 Karnataka UDUPI KARKAL NOORALBETTU
1716 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA HOSOOR
1717 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA --NoName--610
1718 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA KOLLUR
1719 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA --NoName--634
1720 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA YELJITH
1721 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA --NoName--638
1722 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA MUDOOR
1723 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA GOLIHOLE
1724 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA JADKAL
1725 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA IDURKUNHADI
1726 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA KERADI
1727 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA HALLIHOLE
1728 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA ALOOR
1729 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA CHITTOOR
1730 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA --NoName--656
1731 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA BELLAL
1732 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA VANDSE
1733 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA HOSANGADI
1734 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA MACHATTU
1735 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA AMASEBAILU
1736 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA --NoName--690
1737 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA SHEDIMANE
1738 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA MADAMMAKKI
1739 Karnataka UDUPI KUNDAPURA --NoName--719
1740 Kerala Idukki Devikulam Marayoor
1741 Kerala Idukki Devikulam Keezhanthoor
1742 Kerala Idukki Devikulam Kannan Devan Hills
1743 Kerala Idukki Devikulam Kuttampuzha
26
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1744 Kerala Idukki Devikulam Kottakamboor
1745 Kerala Idukki Devikulam Kanthalloor
1746 Kerala Idukki Devikulam Vattavada
1747 Kerala Idukki Devikulam Mankulam
1748 Kerala Idukki Devikulam Mannamkandam
1749 Kerala Idukki Devikulam Pallivasal
1750 Kerala Idukki Devikulam Anaviratty
1751 Kerala Idukki Devikulam Kunjithanny
1752 Kerala Idukki Devikulam Vellathuval
1753 Kerala Idukki Peerumade Upputhara
1754 Kerala Idukki Peerumade Kumily
1755 Kerala Idukki Peerumade Manjumala
1756 Kerala Idukki Peerumade Periyar
1757 Kerala Idukki Peerumade Kokkayar
1758 Kerala Idukki Peerumade Peerumade
1759 Kerala Idukki Peerumade Mlappara
1760 Kerala Idukki Peerumade Peruvanthanam
1761 Kerala Idukki Thodupuzha Kanjikuzhi
1762 Kerala Idukki Thodupuzha Udumbannoor
1763 Kerala Idukki Thodupuzha Idukki (Part)
1764 Kerala Idukki Thodupuzha Arakkulam
1765 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Chinnakanal
1766 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Baisonvally
1767 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Rajakumari
1768 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Poopara
1769 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Rajakkad
1770 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Konnathady
1771 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Santhanpara
1772 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Kanthippara
1773 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Vathikudy
1774 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Chathurangapara
1775 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Udumbanchola
1776 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Upputhode
1777 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Parathodu
1778 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Kalkoonthal
1779 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Thankamony (Part)
1780 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Ayyappancoil
1781 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Pampadumpara
1782 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Kattappana
1783 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Karunapuram
1784 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Vandanmedu
1785 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Anakkara
1786 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Anavilasam
1787 Kerala Idukki Udumbanchola Chakkupallam
1788 Kerala Kannur Thalassery Aralam
1789 Kerala Kannur Thalassery Kottiyoor
1790 Kerala Kannur Thalassery Cheruvanchery
1791 Kerala Kollam Pathanapuram Punnala
1792 Kerala Kollam Pathanapuram Piravanthur
1793 Kerala Kollam Pathanapuram Edamon
1794 Kerala Kollam Pathanapuram Thenmala
1795 Kerala Kollam Pathanapuram Arienkavu
1796 Kerala Kollam Pathanapuram Thinkalkarikkakom
1797 Kerala Kollam Pathanapuram Kulathupuzha
1798 Kerala Kollam Pathanapuram Channappetta
1799 Kerala Kottayam Kanjirappally Koottickal
1800 Kerala Kottayam Meenachil Melukavu
1801 Kerala Kottayam Meenachil Teekoy
1802 Kerala Kottayam Meenachil Poonjar Thekkekara
1803 Kerala Kozhikode Kozhikode Kedavur
1804 Kerala Kozhikode Kozhikode Puthuppadi
1805 Kerala Kozhikode Kozhikode Nellipoyil
1806 Kerala Kozhikode Kozhikode Kodencheri
1807 Kerala Kozhikode Kozhikode Thiruvambadi
1808 Kerala Kozhikode Quilandy Chempanoda
1809 Kerala Kozhikode Quilandy Rikkattapatta
1810 Kerala Kozhikode Vadakara Thinoor
1811 Kerala Kozhikode Vadakara Kavilumpara
1812 Kerala Malappuram Nilambur Chungathara
1813 Kerala Malappuram Nilambur Kurumbilangode
27
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1814 Kerala Malappuram Nilambur Vazhikkadavu
1815 Kerala Malappuram Nilambur Akampadam
1816 Kerala Malappuram Nilambur Karulai
1817 Kerala Malappuram Nilambur Amarambalam
1818 Kerala Malappuram Nilambur Chekkode
1819 Kerala Malappuram Nilambur Kalikavu
1820 Kerala Malappuram Nilambur Kerala Estate
1821 Kerala Malappuram Nilambur Karuvarakundu
1822 Kerala Palakkad Alathur Kizhakkencheri-I
1823 Kerala Palakkad Chittur Muthalamada-I
1824 Kerala Palakkad Chittur Muthalamada-II
1825 Kerala Palakkad Chittur Nelliyampathy
1826 Kerala Palakkad Mannarkad Pudur
1827 Kerala Palakkad Mannarkad Padavayal
1828 Kerala Palakkad Mannarkad Agali
1829 Kerala Palakkad Mannarkad Kottathara
1830 Kerala Palakkad Mannarkad Kallamala
1831 Kerala Palakkad Mannarkad Sholayur
1832 Kerala Palakkad Mannarkad Palakkayam
1833 Kerala Palakkad Palakkad Puthuppariyaram-I
1834 Kerala Palakkad Palakkad Malampuzha-I
1835 Kerala Palakkad Palakkad Pudussery East
1836 Kerala Pathanamthitta Kozhenchery Thannithode
1837 Kerala Pathanamthitta Kozhenchery Aruvappulam
1838 Kerala Pathanamthitta Ranni Chittar-Seethathodu
1839 Kerala Pathanamthitta Ranni Kollamula
1840 Kerala Pathanamthitta Ranni Perunad
1841 Kerala Pathanamthitta Ranni Vadasserikkara
1842 Kerala Thiruvananthap* Nedumangad Peringamala
1843 Kerala Thiruvananthap* Nedumangad Thennoor
1844 Kerala Thiruvananthap* Nedumangad Vithura
1845 Kerala Thiruvananthap* Nedumangad Mannoorkara
1846 Kerala Thiruvananthap* Neyyattinkara Vazhichal
1847 Kerala Thiruvananthap* Neyyattinkara Kallikkad
1848 Kerala Thiruvananthap* Neyyattinkara Amboory
1849 Kerala Thrissur Mukundapuram Pariyaram
1850 Kerala Wayanad Mananthavady Thirunelly
1851 Kerala Wayanad Mananthavady Thrissilery
1852 Kerala Wayanad Mananthavady Periya
1853 Kerala Wayanad Mananthavady Thondernad
1854 Kerala Wayanad Sulthanbathery Kidanganad
1855 Kerala Wayanad Sulthanbathery Noolpuzha
1856 Kerala Wayanad Vythiri Thariyode
1857 Kerala Wayanad Vythiri Achooranam
1858 Kerala Wayanad Vythiri Pozhuthana
1859 Kerala Wayanad Vythiri Kottappadi (Part)
1860 Kerala Wayanad Vythiri Chundale
1861 Kerala Wayanad Vythiri Kunnathidavaka
1862 Kerala Wayanad Vythiri Vellarimala
1863 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Bitaka
1864 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Shenit
1865 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Waranghushi
1866 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Jahagirdarwadi
1867 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Ambevangan
1868 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Panjare
1869 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Ghatghar
1870 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Udadawane
1871 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Murshet
1872 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA --NoName--33
1873 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Shinganwadi
1874 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Samrad
1875 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Ratanwadi
1876 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Shirpunje Bk.
1877 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Koltembhe
1878 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Dhamanvan
1879 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Kumshet
1880 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Shirpunje Kh.
1881 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Shelad
1882 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Shiswad
1883 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Ambit
28
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1884 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Shilvandi
1885 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Lavhali Otur
1886 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Paithan
1887 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Pachanai
1888 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Kotul
1889 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Lavhali Kotul
1890 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Ambhol
1891 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Shinde
1892 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Somalwadi
1893 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Tale
1894 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Kothale
1895 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Vihir
1896 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Abit Khind
1897 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Palsunde
1898 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Umbarwadi
1899 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Phophasandi
1900 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Satewadi
1901 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Keli Otur
1902 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Garwadi
1903 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Esarthav
1904 Maharashtra AHMADNAGAR AKOLA Khetewadi
1905 Maharashtra DHULE SAKRI Dhamandhar
1906 Maharashtra DHULE SAKRI Shenwad
1907 Maharashtra DHULE SAKRI Vardadi
1908 Maharashtra DHULE SAKRI Mohagaon
1909 Maharashtra DHULE SAKRI Kalgaon
1910 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Hajgoli Kh.
1911 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Vinayakwadi
1912 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Medhewadi
1913 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Velawatti
1914 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Parpoli
1915 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Dardewadi
1916 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Haloli
1917 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Gavase
1918 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Suleran
1919 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Kitvade
1920 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Ambade
1921 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Awandi
1922 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Uchangi
1923 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA --NoName--223
1924 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Polgaon
1925 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Satewadi
1926 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Chafavade
1927 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Latagaon
1928 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Erandol
1929 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR AJRA Chitale
1930 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Nivade
1931 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Vesarde
1932 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Taliye Bk.
1933 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Kode Bk
1934 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Kode Kh.
1935 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Mandur
1936 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Mandukali
1937 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Andur
1938 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Khokurle
1939 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Asalaj
1940 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Dhundavade
1941 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Vesaraf
1942 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Palsambe
1943 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Saitavade.
1944 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Sangashi
1945 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Sheloshi
1946 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Jargi
1947 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Katali
1948 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Kadave
1949 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Borbet
1950 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Garivade
1951 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Narveli
1952 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Baveli
1953 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BAVDA Taliye Kh.
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1954 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Hanbarwadi
1955 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Girgaon.
1956 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Phaye
1957 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Phanaswadi
1958 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Devakewadi
1959 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Khedge
1960 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Murukate
1961 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Bidri
1962 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Vasnoli
1963 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Padkhambe
1964 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Shivdav
1965 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Bediv
1966 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Sonurli
1967 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Anturli
1968 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Kudtarwadi
1969 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Navale
1970 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Megholi
1971 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Mhasarang
1972 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Vesarde
1973 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Devarde
1974 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Palyachahuda
1975 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Mathagaon
1976 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Karivade
1977 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Chikkewadi
1978 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Antivade
1979 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Mani
1980 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Chivale
1981 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR BHUDRAGAD Dele
1982 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Dhamapur
1983 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Pundra
1984 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Kanur Kh.
1985 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Sadegudwale
1986 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Bhogoli
1987 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Pilani
1988 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Kokare
1989 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Nagave
1990 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Umagaon
1991 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Jambre
1992 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Gudawale Khalsa
1993 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Isapur
1994 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Jelugade
1995 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Waghotre
1996 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Kitvade
1997 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Mirwel
1998 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Kalasgade
1999 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Hajagoli
2000 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Kodali
2001 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Khalsa Mhalunge
2002 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR CHANDGAD Kolik
2003 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR PANHALA Patpanhala
2004 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR PANHALA Washi
2005 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR PANHALA Kaurwadi
2006 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR PANHALA Manwad
2007 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR PANHALA Kisrul
2008 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR PANHALA Mugadewadi
2009 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR PANHALA Pohalwadi
2010 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR PANHALA Kaljawade
2011 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR PANHALA Padasali
2012 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR PANHALA Kolik
2013 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR PANHALA Pombre
2014 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR PANHALA Gothane
2015 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR PANHALA Harpavade
2016 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR PANHALA Panore
2017 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Konoli Tarf Asandoli
2018 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Kandalgaon
2019 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Rai
2020 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Manbet
2021 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Padasali
2022 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Piral
2023 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Padali
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2024 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Phejiwade
2025 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Karanjphen
2026 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Olavan
2027 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Shiroli
2028 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Savardhan
2029 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Radhanagari
2030 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Banachiwadi
2031 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI New Karanje
2032 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Ramanwadi
2033 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Farale
2034 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Patpanhala
2035 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Aini
2036 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI --NoName--198
2037 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Rajapur
2038 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI --NoName--199
2039 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI --NoName--200
2040 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI --NoName--201
2041 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI --NoName--202
2042 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI --NoName--203
2043 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI --NoName--204
2044 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI --NoName--206
2045 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Chafodi Tarf Ainghol
2046 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Savarde
2047 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Gawathanwadi
2048 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Wadachiwadi
2049 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Adoli
2050 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR RADHANAGARI Dubalewadi
2051 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI --NoName--179
2052 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI --NoName--180
2053 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI --NoName--181
2054 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI --NoName--182
2055 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI --NoName--183
2056 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI --NoName--184
2057 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI --NoName--186
2058 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI --NoName--187
2059 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI --NoName--188
2060 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI --NoName--189
2061 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Ukhalu
2062 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Udgiri
2063 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Shirale Tarf Warun
2064 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Kandavan
2065 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Malgaon
2066 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI --NoName--190
2067 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Jambur
2068 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Palasavade
2069 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Virale
2070 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Paraleninai
2071 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Pusarle
2072 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Wakoli
2073 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI AMBA
2074 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Talavade
2075 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Chalanwadi
2076 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Masnoli
2077 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Humbavali
2078 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Gholasvade
2079 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Jawali
2080 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Kasarde
2081 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI --NoName--192
2082 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Dhanagarwadi
2083 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Gajapur
2084 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Yelan J.Gai
2085 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Ainwadi
2086 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Mhalasvade
2087 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Gelavade
2088 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Panundre
2089 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Shirale Tarf Malkapur
2090 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Girgaon
2091 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Parivane
2092 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Manjare.
2093 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Burambal
31
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
2094 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Sonurle
2095 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Yelvadi
2096 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Mosum
2097 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Kante
2098 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Anuskura
2099 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Barki
2100 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Savardi
2101 Maharashtra KOLHAPUR SHAHUWADI Injoli
2102 Maharashtra NANDURBAR NAWAPUR Kareghat
2103 Maharashtra NANDURBAR NAWAPUR Khekada
2104 Maharashtra NASHIK BAGLAN Golwad
2105 Maharashtra NASHIK BAGLAN Jad
2106 Maharashtra NASHIK BAGLAN Ajande
2107 Maharashtra NASHIK BAGLAN Bordaiwat
2108 Maharashtra NASHIK BAGLAN Bhimkhet
2109 Maharashtra NASHIK BAGLAN Jakhod
2110 Maharashtra NASHIK BAGLAN Waghambe
2111 Maharashtra NASHIK BAGLAN Bhawade
2112 Maharashtra NASHIK BAGLAN Manur
2113 Maharashtra NASHIK BAGLAN Salwan
2114 Maharashtra NASHIK BAGLAN Malgaon Kh.
2115 Maharashtra NASHIK BAGLAN Vathode
2116 Maharashtra NASHIK BAGLAN Kelzar
2117 Maharashtra NASHIK BAGLAN Tatani
2118 Maharashtra NASHIK BAGLAN Wadi Chaulher
2119 Maharashtra NASHIK DINDORI Deosane
2120 Maharashtra NASHIK DINDORI Mokhnal
2121 Maharashtra NASHIK DINDORI Dehare
2122 Maharashtra NASHIK DINDORI Palasvihir
2123 Maharashtra NASHIK DINDORI Goldari
2124 Maharashtra NASHIK IGATPURI Dhargaon
2125 Maharashtra NASHIK IGATPURI Walvihir
2126 Maharashtra NASHIK IGATPURI Tringalwadi
2127 Maharashtra NASHIK IGATPURI Chinchale Khair
2128 Maharashtra NASHIK IGATPURI Bhandardarawadi
2129 Maharashtra NASHIK IGATPURI Manjargaon
2130 Maharashtra NASHIK IGATPURI Kurungwadi
2131 Maharashtra NASHIK IGATPURI Jamunde
2132 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Malagaon Bk.
2133 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Supale Digar
2134 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Umbardhe
2135 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Sidharthanagar
2136 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Koswan
2137 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Virshet
2138 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Dhanoli
2139 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Bhandane (Hatgad)
2140 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Dare Bhanagi
2141 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Dharde Digar
2142 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Shrungarwadi
2143 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Mohobari
2144 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Daregaon Hatgad
2145 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Inshi
2146 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Kosurde
2147 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Karambhel Hatgad
2148 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Amdar
2149 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Jamle pale
2150 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Dahyane (Otur)
2151 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Jamshet
2152 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Bhusani
2153 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Kurdane (Otur)
2154 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Daregaonwani
2155 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Pimpri Markanda
2156 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Saptashrungagad
2157 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Mehadar
2158 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Wadale[Wani]
2159 Maharashtra NASHIK KALWAN Machidhodap
2160 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Amdongra
2161 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Sadadpada
2162 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Gandole
2163 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Kapurne
32
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
2164 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Kayare
2165 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Dabhadi
2166 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Kumbhale
2167 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Lavhali
2168 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Sadadpada
2169 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Belpada
2170 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT GARMAL
2171 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Andhrute
2172 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Tondawal
2173 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Chafyachapada
2174 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT AMBAPANI
2175 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Kahandolpada
2176 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Kasatvihir
2177 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Khadki
2178 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Umbrad
2179 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Borpada
2180 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Jambhulmal
2181 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Nachlondhi
2182 Maharashtra NASHIK PEINT Murmuti
2183 Maharashtra NASHIK SINNAR Gulvanch
2184 Maharashtra NASHIK SINNAR Khopadi Bk.
2185 Maharashtra NASHIK SINNAR Shahapur
2186 Maharashtra NASHIK SINNAR Kedarpur
2187 Maharashtra NASHIK SINNAR Khopadi Kh.
2188 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Gondune
2189 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Pangarne
2190 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Pimpalsond
2191 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA WANGAN
2192 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Malgonde
2193 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Sundarban
2194 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Mohapada
2195 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Guhijambhulpada
2196 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Karanjul Surgana
2197 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Vijaynagar
2198 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Khuntavihir
2199 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Galbari
2200 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Ranvihir
2201 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Shrirampur
2202 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Udaldari
2203 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Rasha
2204 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Dolhare
2205 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Kathipada
2206 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Amzar
2207 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Walutzira
2208 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Shribhuvan
2209 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Karwande
2210 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Mothamal
2211 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Wangan Sule
2212 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Patali
2213 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Bendwal
2214 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Bhawada
2215 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Umbarde
2216 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Waghadi
2217 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Karanjul
2218 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Kotamba
2219 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Merdand
2220 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Dangrale
2221 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Pilukpada
2222 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Murumdari
2223 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Undohal
2224 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Warambhe
2225 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Bhenshet
2226 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Khobale Digar
2227 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Khokarvihir
2228 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Khirdi
2229 Maharashtra NASHIK SURGANA Kahandolpada
2230 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Chinch Ohol
2231 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Khadakohol
2232 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Behedpada
2233 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Kadegahan
33
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
2234 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Hatlondhi
2235 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Ozar Khed
2236 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Berwal
2237 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Chinchwad
2238 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Mahadeo Nagar
2239 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Rayate
2240 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Belpali
2241 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Waygholpada
2242 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Jategaon Bk
2243 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Mulvad
2244 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Rautmal
2245 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Varasvihir
2246 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Vatakapada
2247 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Deola
2248 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Nandgaon
2249 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Welunje
2250 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Metkawara
2251 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Ambai
2252 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Chokore
2253 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Umbharande
2254 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Metghar Killa
2255 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Harshewadi
2256 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Take Harsha
2257 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Pahine
2258 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Take Deogaon
2259 Maharashtra NASHIK TRIMBAKESHWAR Met Yelyachi
2260 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Pimpargane
2261 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON DON
2262 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Aghane
2263 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Ahupe
2264 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON MALIN
2265 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Tirpad
2266 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Nhaved
2267 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Patan
2268 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Asane
2269 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Nanavade
2270 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Adivare
2271 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Kushire Bk.
2272 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Kondhare
2273 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Sakeri
2274 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Panchale Kh.
2275 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Panchale Bk.
2276 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Phulvade
2277 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Kondhaval
2278 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Apati
2279 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Digad
2280 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Vachape
2281 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Magholi
2282 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Savarli
2283 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Jambhori
2284 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Pimpari
2285 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Ambegaon
2286 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Amondi
2287 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Chaptewadi kanas
2288 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Kalambai
2289 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Terungan
2290 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Phalode
2291 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Dimbhe Kh.
2292 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Mahalunge Tarf Ghoda
2293 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON RAJPUR
2294 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Nigdale
2295 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Chikhali
2296 Maharashtra PUNE AMBEGAON Dhakale
2297 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Kurungvadi
2298 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Ketkavane (Nimme)
2299 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Guhini
2300 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Kikavi
2301 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Khulshi
2302 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Sarole
2303 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Bhutonde
34
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
2304 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Dere
2305 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Chandavane
2306 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Kumbale
2307 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Velvand
2308 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Bhandravali
2309 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Nanavale
2310 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Bope
2311 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Brahmanghar
2312 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Kondgaon
2313 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Sangvi (Velavade Khore)
2314 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Jayatpad
2315 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Pangari
2316 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Dehen
2317 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Nandghur
2318 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Rajivadi
2319 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Karanjgaon
2320 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Salungan
2321 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Kund
2322 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Mhasar Kh.
2323 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Mhasar Bk.
2324 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Umbarde
2325 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Shilimb
2326 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Kondhari
2327 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Dhamunashi
2328 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Karungan
2329 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Nigudaghar
2330 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Chikhalavade
2331 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Ashimpi
2332 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Venupuri
2333 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Varavand
2334 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Shirgaon
2335 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Panvhal
2336 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Mazari
2337 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Shirvali (Hirdas Maval)
2338 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Abhepuri
2339 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Dapakeghar
2340 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Pavhar Kh.
2341 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Durgadi
2342 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Gudhe
2343 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Rayari
2344 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Kudali Bk.
2345 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Kudali Kh.
2346 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Nivangan
2347 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Dhanivali
2348 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Balawadi
2349 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Korle
2350 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Ambade
2351 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Ravadi
2352 Maharashtra PUNE BHOR Varodi Bk.
2353 Maharashtra PUNE HAVELI Ghera Sinhagad
2354 Maharashtra PUNE HAVELI Bhagatwadi
2355 Maharashtra PUNE HAVELI Khamgaon Mawal
2356 Maharashtra PUNE HAVELI Mogarwadi
2357 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Khireshwar
2358 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Kolhewadi
2359 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Kopare
2360 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Jambhulshi
2361 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Sanganore
2362 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Mandave
2363 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Ambe Gavhan
2364 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Chilhewadi
2365 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Muthalne
2366 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Taleran
2367 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Pimpalgaon Joga
2368 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Ajanawale
2369 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Nimgiri
2370 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Devale
2371 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Pargaon Tarf Madh
2372 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Alu
2373 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Mandarne
35
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
2374 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Kolwadi
2375 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Ghatghar
2376 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Ahinavewadi
2377 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Rohkadi
2378 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Godre
2379 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Phagul Gavhan
2380 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Pur
2381 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Amboli
2382 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Bhivade Bk.
2383 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Uchhil
2384 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Hatvij
2385 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Bhivade Kh.
2386 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Ambe
2387 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Pimparwadi
2388 Maharashtra PUNE JUNNAR Sukalwedhe
2389 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Bhorgiri
2390 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Bhivegaon
2391 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Karkudi
2392 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Mandoshi
2393 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Naiphad
2394 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Tokavade
2395 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Awhat
2396 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Bhomale
2397 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Shirgaon
2398 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Wada
2399 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Kharpud
2400 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Virham
2401 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Wandre
2402 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Darakwadi
2403 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Bursewadi
2404 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Torne Kh
2405 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Adhe
2406 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Ambhu
2407 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Kharawali
2408 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Velhavale
2409 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Palu
2410 Maharashtra PUNE KHED Gadad
2411 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Malegaon Bk.
2412 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Sawale
2413 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Pimpari
2414 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Malegaon Kh.
2415 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Kusur
2416 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Kune Ansute
2417 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Dahuli
2418 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Kivale
2419 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Borivali
2420 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Kambare Andar Mawal
2421 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Kashal
2422 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Jambhavali
2423 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Thoran
2424 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Rakaswadi
2425 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Shirdhe
2426 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Kalhat
2427 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL --NoName--55
2428 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Udhewadi
2429 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Ukasan
2430 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL --NoName--56
2431 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Khandashi
2432 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Pale Nane Mawal
2433 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Nigade
2434 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Brahmanwadi
2435 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Vaund
2436 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Karanjgaon
2437 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Kune N.m.
2438 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Moramarwadi
2439 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Vehergaon
2440 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Kurvande
2441 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Boraj
2442 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Patan
2443 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Dudhivare
36
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
2444 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Bhaje
2445 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Pimpaloli
2446 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Aundholi
2447 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Malewadi
2448 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Apati
2449 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Gevhande Apati
2450 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Atvan
2451 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Shindgaon
2452 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Kolechafesar
2453 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Morave
2454 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Malavandi Thule
2455 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Ovale
2456 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Pusane
2457 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Divad
2458 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Tikona
2459 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Shilimb
2460 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Jovan
2461 Maharashtra PUNE MAWAL Ajivali
2462 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Devghar
2463 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Peth Shahapur
2464 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Ambavane
2465 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Visakhar
2466 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Kolawali
2467 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Kashig
2468 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Andhale
2469 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Majgaon
2470 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Saltar
2471 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Kumbhori
2472 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Pomgaon
2473 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Pimpaloli
2474 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Chandivali
2475 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Tail Baila
2476 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Barpe Bk.
2477 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Jawal
2478 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Shirvali
2479 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Bhambarde
2480 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Kolwan
2481 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Nandivali
2482 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Dongargaon
2483 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Padalgharwadi
2484 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Hotale
2485 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Ekole
2486 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Adgaon
2487 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Valane
2488 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Ghutake
2489 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Bhadas Bk.
2490 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI PIMPRI
2491 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Tata Talav
2492 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Disali
2493 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Mulshi Kh.
2494 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Share
2495 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Vandre
2496 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Kondhawale
2497 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Male
2498 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Maded
2499 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Nive
2500 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Vitthalwadi
2501 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Vadgaon
2502 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Chinchwad
2503 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Warak
2504 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Tamhini Bk
2505 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Lavharde
2506 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Vegre
2507 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Kolavade
2508 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Temghar
2509 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Vede
2510 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Watunde
2511 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Bhode
2512 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Mugaon
2513 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Bhoini
37
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2514 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Dhamanohol
2515 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Dasave
2516 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Kondhur
2517 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Padalghar
2518 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Admal
2519 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Palase
2520 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Koloshi
2521 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Wadavali
2522 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Sakhari
2523 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Gadale
2524 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Saiv Kh
2525 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Mose Kh.
2526 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Dhadawali
2527 Maharashtra PUNE MULSHI Tav
2528 Maharashtra PUNE PURANDHAR Chivhewadi
2529 Maharashtra PUNE PURANDHAR PANVADI
2530 Maharashtra PUNE PURANDHAR Gherapurandhar
2531 Maharashtra PUNE PURANDHAR Ketkawale
2532 Maharashtra PUNE PURANDHAR Bandhalwadi
2533 Maharashtra PUNE PURANDHAR Kumbhoshi
2534 Maharashtra PUNE PURANDHAR Dawanewadi
2535 Maharashtra PUNE PURANDHAR Satalwadi
2536 Maharashtra PUNE PURANDHAR Pingori
2537 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Mose Bk
2538 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Vadghar
2539 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Dapsare
2540 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Gholapghar
2541 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Kambegi
2542 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Balvadi
2543 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Kadhve
2544 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE --NoName--125
2545 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Ambegaon Bk
2546 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Kurtavadi
2547 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Kasedi
2548 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Ranjane
2549 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Ghodkhal
2550 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Gondekhal
2551 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Givashi
2552 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Ghodshet
2553 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Shirkoli
2554 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Ghol
2555 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Thangaon
2556 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Tekpole
2557 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Mangaon
2558 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Pole
2559 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Antroli
2560 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Khanu
2561 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Nivi
2562 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Ghisar
2563 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Velhe Bk.
2564 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Bopalghar
2565 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Chandar
2566 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Brahmanghar
2567 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Khodad
2568 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Velhe Bk. Ghera
2569 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Bhatti Wagdra
2570 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Gevhande
2571 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Charhat Wadi
2572 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Mohari
2573 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Metpilaware
2574 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Harpud
2575 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Varoti Bk
2576 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Kolambi
2577 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Jadhavwadi
2578 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Singapur
2579 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Dadvadi
2580 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE PIMPRI
2581 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Ekalgaon
2582 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Barshicha Mal
2583 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Pal Kh.
38
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
2584 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Varoti Kh.
2585 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Asani Manjai
2586 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Khopde Wadi
2587 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Gunjavane
2588 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Pasali
2589 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Bhordi
2590 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Majgaon
2591 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Pishawi
2592 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Gugulshi
2593 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Kelad
2594 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Nigde Kh
2595 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Pangari
2596 Maharashtra PUNE VELHE Karnavadi
2597 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Pashane
2598 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Olman
2599 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Chai
2600 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Baliware
2601 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Chevane
2602 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Borgaon
2603 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Nandgaon
2604 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Ware
2605 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Kurung
2606 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Ambherpada
2607 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Deopada
2608 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Pathraj
2609 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Sugave
2610 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Gudhavan
2611 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Rajape
2612 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Shilar
2613 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Shingdhol
2614 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Dhotre
2615 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Jambrung
2616 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT DHAMNI
2617 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Peth
2618 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Malegaon T. Kothal Khalati
2619 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Pimpalpada
2620 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Hedawali
2621 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Mandawane
2622 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Bamnoli
2623 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Potal
2624 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Bhivpuri (camp)
2625 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Humgaon
2626 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Jambhiwali
2627 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Pali T. Kothal Khalathi
2628 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Saidongar
2629 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Dhak
2630 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Vengaon
2631 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Kushiwali
2632 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Tiwane
2633 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Mangaon T. Wasare
2634 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Sandashi
2635 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Palasdari
2636 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Mugape
2637 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Salpe
2638 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Talawali
2639 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Kharwandi
2640 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Kondhane
2641 Maharashtra RAIGARH KARJAT Chochi
2642 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Sondewadi
2643 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Warose Tarf Wankhal
2644 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Matheran (M Cl)
2645 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Borgaon Kh.
2646 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Nadhal
2647 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Kalote Mokashi
2648 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Nigdoli
2649 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Kalote Rayati
2650 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Talavali
2651 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Ghodivali
2652 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Jambarung
2653 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Umbarvira
39
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
2654 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Parkhande
2655 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Talashi
2656 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Adoshi
2657 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Tondali
2658 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Khambewadi
2659 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Gohe
2660 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Chavani
2661 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Ujloli
2662 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Karambeli
2663 Maharashtra RAIGARH KHALAPUR Tuksai
2664 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Kawale Tarf Nate
2665 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Sandoshi
2666 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Karmar
2667 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Warangi
2668 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Bavale
2669 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Punade Tarf Nate
2670 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Savarat
2671 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Pane
2672 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Gherakilla Raigad(Raigadwadi)
2673 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Vagheri
2674 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Kadsari Lingana
2675 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Dapoli
2676 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Nerav
2677 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Wagholi
2678 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Panderi
2679 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Warandoli
2680 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Khardi
2681 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Walan Kh
2682 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Shevate
2683 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Devghar
2684 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Taloshi
2685 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Ketakicha Kond
2686 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Chapgaon
2687 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Mandle
2688 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Walan Bk
2689 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Adrai
2690 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Ambe Shivtar
2691 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Nandgaon Kh
2692 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Kusgaon
2693 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Waki Kh
2694 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Kolose
2695 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Padavi
2696 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Kinjaloli Bk
2697 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Solamkond
2698 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Veer
2699 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Kinjaloli Kh.
2700 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Kasabe Shivtar
2701 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Ghurupacha Kond
2702 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Dongroli
2703 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Parmachi
2704 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Dasgaon
2705 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Wahoor
2706 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Taliye
2707 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Kokare Tarf Govele
2708 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Dabhol
2709 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Gothe Kh.
2710 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Sape Tarf Govele
2711 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Kiye
2712 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Vadghar Kh.
2713 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Gothvali
2714 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Bebalghar
2715 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Telange Mohalla
2716 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Pimpalwadi
2717 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Nadgaon Tarf Tudil
2718 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Ambavali Kh.
2719 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Sutarkond
2720 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Pimpalkond
2721 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Kondmalusare
2722 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Ghavre Kond
2723 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Fauji Ambavade
40
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
2724 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Kawale Tarf Vinhere
2725 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Pangari
2726 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Ravtali
2727 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Shingar Kond
2728 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Vasap
2729 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Vinhere
2730 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Tamhane
2731 Maharashtra RAIGARH MAHAD Phalakewadi
2732 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Patnus
2733 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Saje
2734 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Bedgaon
2735 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Bhagad
2736 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Umbardi
2737 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Tasgaon
2738 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Yelwade
2739 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Bhuvan
2740 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Bondshet
2741 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Sangi
2742 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Kandalgaon Kh.
2743 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Wave Diwali
2744 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Jite
2745 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Maluste
2746 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Titave
2747 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Kumbharte
2748 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Borawali
2749 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Sakhalewadi
2750 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Shirsad
2751 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Nivi
2752 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Nagroli
2753 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Kumbhe
2754 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Manjurne
2755 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Mashidwadi
2756 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Jor
2757 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Karambeli
2758 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Palasgaon Kh.
2759 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Kadapur
2760 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Borghar Tarf Kharavali
2761 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Gharoshi
2762 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Dongroli
2763 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Kavilvahal Kh.
2764 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Waghose
2765 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Chapadi
2766 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Kumshet
2767 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Manjarwane
2768 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Panhalghar Kh
2769 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Shilim
2770 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Govele Kond
2771 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Alsunde
2772 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Kushede Tarf Govele
2773 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON --NoName--130
2774 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Harkol kond
2775 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Harkol
2776 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Wadpale
2777 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Lakhapale
2778 Maharashtra RAIGARH MANGAON Phalani
2779 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Matwan
2780 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Wave
2781 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Dharwali
2782 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Wadghar Bk.
2783 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Kamthe
2784 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Sade
2785 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Turbhekond
2786 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Turbhe Bk.
2787 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Dhawale
2788 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Borghar
2789 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Nawale
2790 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Chandale
2791 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Adavale Bk.
2792 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Khandaj
2793 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Wazarwadi
41
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
2794 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Salvikond
2795 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Chikhali
2796 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Ranawadi Bk.
2797 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Khopad
2798 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Chandake
2799 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Karanje
2800 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Lahulase
2801 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Haldule
2802 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Dabhil
2803 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Rankadsari
2804 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Golegani
2805 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Tutawali
2806 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Pangaloli
2807 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Parsule
2808 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Mahargul
2809 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Kotwal Bk.
2810 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Kshetrapal
2811 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Palchil
2812 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Kotwal Kh.
2813 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Kudpan Bk.
2814 Maharashtra RAIGARH POLADPUR Kudpan Kh.
2815 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Kondgaon
2816 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Palas
2817 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Wasgaon
2818 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Nagothana (CT)
2819 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Kadsure
2820 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Wani
2821 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Patansai
2822 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Chikani
2823 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Bhatsai
2824 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Wazaroli
2825 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Wangani
2826 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Sanegaon
2827 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Bhise
2828 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Godasai
2829 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Hedawali
2830 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Pale Tarf Ashtami
2831 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Wavepotge
2832 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Dongari
2833 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Shenvai
2834 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Revoli
2835 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Yashwantkhar
2836 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Waravade
2837 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Dapoli
2838 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Sukeli
2839 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Dhamansai
2840 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Kandale
2841 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Wandoli
2842 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Vitthalwadi
2843 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Are Bk.
2844 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Shedsai
2845 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Devakanhe
2846 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Madhali Kh.
2847 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Pingalsai
2848 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Khamb
2849 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Nadawali
2850 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Gherasurgad
2851 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Talawali Tarf Ashtami
2852 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Dhankanhe
2853 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Chilhe
2854 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Chinchawali Tarf Atone
2855 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Malsai
2856 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Mahalunge
2857 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Talawali Tarf Ghosale
2858 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Chandgaon
2859 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Muthavali Kh
2860 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Vaijnath
2861 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Talavade
2862 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Usar
2863 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Balhe
42
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
2864 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Dolavahal
2865 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Roha (Gaulwadi)
2866 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Kamath
2867 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Kokban
2868 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Pangaloli
2869 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Warathi
2870 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Neharunagar
2871 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Khairale
2872 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Shiloshi
2873 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Bhuwaneshwar
2874 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Sarsali
2875 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Khambere
2876 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Khope
2877 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA --NoName--111
2878 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Kolad
2879 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Sudakoli
2880 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Bobadghar
2881 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Khandar
2882 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Temghar
2883 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Tamhanshet
2884 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Tambadi
2885 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Karivane
2886 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Kawalthe
2887 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Barshet
2888 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Mhasadi
2889 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Sawane
2890 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Wali
2891 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Ghosale
2892 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Kelghar
2893 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Jadhavwadi
2894 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA KANTI
2895 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Gopalwat
2896 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Uchel
2897 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Bhalagaon
2898 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Kandane Bk.
2899 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Kandane Kh.
2900 Maharashtra RAIGARH ROHA Khajaniwadi
2901 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Gondav
2902 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Hatond
2903 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Falyan
2904 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Bheliv
2905 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Nere
2906 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Mahagaon
2907 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Wave T. Asare
2908 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Mangaon Kh
2909 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Vasunde
2910 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Pawasalawadi
2911 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Khandpoli
2912 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Varhadjambhulpada
2913 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Tadgaon
2914 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Kavele
2915 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Kumbharghar
2916 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Kalamb
2917 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Waghoshi
2918 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Harneri
2919 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Uddhar
2920 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Asare
2921 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Mulashi
2922 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Navghar
2923 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Chikhalgaon
2924 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Ghera Sudhagad
2925 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Bhilpada (khuravale)
2926 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Tivare
2927 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Pilosari
2928 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Karanjghar
2929 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Chive
2930 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Nadsur
2931 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Rasal
2932 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Kumbharshet
2933 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Khandsai
43
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
2934 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Rabgaon
2935 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Ghera Sarasgad
2936 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Siddheshwar Bk
2937 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Wavloli
2938 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Zap
2939 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Adulse
2940 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Shiloshi
2941 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Madhali
2942 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Apatwane
2943 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Ambivali
2944 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Khad Sambale
2945 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Potlaj Kh.
2946 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Gondale
2947 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Pimploli
2948 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Usar
2949 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Nagshet
2950 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Gomashi
2951 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Atone
2952 Maharashtra RAIGARH SUDHAGAD Koshimbale
2953 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Tiware
2954 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Riktoli
2955 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Tivadi
2956 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Bamnoli
2957 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Pedhe Parshuram
2958 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Kadwad
2959 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Nandivase
2960 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Moravane
2961 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Swayamdev
2962 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Khopad
2963 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Ganeshpur
2964 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Kalkavane
2965 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Gane
2966 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Owali
2967 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Pedhambe
2968 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Kolkewadi
2969 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Adare
2970 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Kamathe Kh.
2971 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Terav Bk.
2972 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Mundhe Tarf Chiplun
2973 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Kharavate
2974 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Anari
2975 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Ubhale
2976 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Shirgaon
2977 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Kumbharli
2978 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Kondmala
2979 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Kond Fansavane
2980 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Talsar
2981 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Pophali
2982 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Kudap
2983 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Pophali Bk.
2984 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Dervan
2985 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Turambao
2986 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Mundhe Tarf Savarda
2987 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Dhakmoli
2988 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Phurus
2989 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Durgwadi Kh.
2990 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Durgwadi
2991 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Manjutri
2992 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Talavade
2993 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Pathe
2994 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Majare (Goval)
2995 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI CHIPLUN Kutare
2996 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Tulashi Bk.
2997 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Tulashi Kh.
2998 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Wadgaon Bk.
2999 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Shivtar
3000 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Kalambani Kh.
3001 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Kasaba Natu
3002 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Pakharwadi
3003 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Dahivali
44
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
3004 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Wadi-beldar
3005 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Divan-khavati
3006 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Wadgaon Kh.
3007 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Kinjale Tarf Natu
3008 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Biramani
3009 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Kondwadi
3010 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Gherapalgad
3011 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Shingri
3012 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Pure Kh.
3013 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Jamage
3014 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Ghera-sumargad
3015 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Kandoshi
3016 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Vihali
3017 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Kinjale Tarf Khed
3018 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Nandivali
3019 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Kalambani Bk.
3020 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Wadi Malde
3021 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Poyanar Kh.
3022 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Sakharoli Kh.
3023 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Tise Kh.
3024 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Astan
3025 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Ghera-rasalgad
3026 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Wadi Bid
3027 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Chatao
3028 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Prabhuwadi
3029 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Devghar
3030 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Humbari
3031 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Khalachi(humbari)
3032 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Sanaghar
3033 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Kartel
3034 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Chinchwadi
3035 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Varovali
3036 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Ambavali
3037 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Nawanagar
3038 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Kumbhad
3039 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Nandgaon
3040 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Sanglot
3041 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Shirgaon
3042 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Khopi
3043 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Nive
3044 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Bajrang nagar
3045 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Morvande Kh.
3046 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Choravane
3047 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Shirgaon Kh.
3048 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Mirle
3049 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Shiv Kh.
3050 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Talvat Khed
3051 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Sapirli
3052 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Talvat Javali
3053 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Choravane Utekarwadi
3054 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Talvat Pal
3055 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Kavale
3056 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Kasai
3057 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Ashti Mohalla
3058 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Sakhar
3059 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Bhelsai budhawadi
3060 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Dhamanand
3061 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Bhelsai chauthai
3062 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Wave chinchatwadi
3063 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Dhamanand Gaonthan
3064 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Kelane
3065 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Javli Gaonthan
3066 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Zagdewadi
3067 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Kumbhavali
3068 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Kuraval Gaothan
3069 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI KHED Ambadas
3070 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Vesurle
3071 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Shirambavali
3072 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Kochari
3073 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Daphale
45
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
3074 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Salpe
3075 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Kurchumb
3076 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Machal
3077 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Chafet
3078 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Kangavali
3079 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Veral
3080 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Chinchurti
3081 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Khorninko
3082 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Palu
3083 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Hasol
3084 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Agargaon
3085 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Kumbhargaon
3086 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Prabhanvalli
3087 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Guravwadi
3088 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Khanavali
3089 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Waghrat
3090 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Kante
3091 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA --NoName--193
3092 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Buddhawadi T.veravali Bk.
3093 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Majal
3094 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Ramgaon
3095 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Isavali
3096 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Javade
3097 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Bhambed
3098 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Puragaon
3099 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Kudewadi
3100 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Bhade
3101 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Ravari
3102 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Hardkhale
3103 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Bapere
3104 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Nivoshi
3105 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Kurang
3106 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Waked
3107 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Kondage
3108 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Panore
3109 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Vilavade
3110 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Roon
3111 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Argaon
3112 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Khorgaon
3113 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Borthade
3114 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Harche
3115 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Kondgaon
3116 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI LANJA Ringane
3117 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Zarye
3118 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Watul
3119 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Yeradav
3120 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Kond Dasur
3121 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Parule
3122 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Chikhale
3123 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Kondsar Kh.
3124 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Pangari Kh.
3125 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Tiware
3126 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Dhamanpe
3127 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Haral
3128 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Varchi Guravwadi
3129 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Kotapur
3130 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Kolwankhadi
3131 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Saundal
3132 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Khingini
3133 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Kelavade
3134 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Patharde
3135 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Pachal
3136 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Agarewadi
3137 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Bharade
3138 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Karak
3139 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Hardi
3140 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Gothane Doniwade
3141 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Oshiwale
3142 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Walwad
3143 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Kajirda
46
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
3144 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Phupere
3145 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Rajapur (M Cl)
3146 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Kolamb
3147 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Pahiliwadi (tamhane)
3148 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Jambhavali
3149 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Miland
3150 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Bag Kazi Husen
3151 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Hasol Tarf Saundal
3152 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Pangari Bk.
3153 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Savadav
3154 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Hatade
3155 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Dongar
3156 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Mosam
3157 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Mahalunge
3158 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Panhale Tarf Saundal
3159 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Shejavali
3160 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Valye
3161 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Bandiwade
3162 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Prindrawan
3163 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Kumbhavade
3164 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI PAJAPUR Palye
3165 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Kumbhar Khani Bk.
3166 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Shirambe
3167 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Ratambi
3168 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Rajivali
3169 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Shinde Amberi
3170 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Vikas Nagar
3171 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Asave
3172 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Kase
3173 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Kuchambe
3174 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Kutgiri
3175 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Pachambe
3176 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Rangav
3177 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Ambet
3178 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Mavalange
3179 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Tural
3180 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Shenavade
3181 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Kond Bhairav
3182 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Masarang
3183 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Katurdi Kond
3184 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Nivali
3185 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Golavali
3186 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Shringapur
3187 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Tambedi
3188 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Anderi
3189 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Shembavane
3190 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Kumbharkhani Kh.
3191 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Hedali
3192 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Dhamani
3193 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Dingni
3194 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Nayari
3195 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Pirandavane
3196 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Manjare
3197 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Tivare Ghera Prachitgad
3198 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Asurde
3199 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Maladewadi
3200 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Umare
3201 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Sangameshwar
3202 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Upale
3203 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Kond Ambed
3204 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Kinjale
3205 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Washi Tarf Sangameshwar
3206 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Devale Ghera Prachitgad
3207 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Kule
3208 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Kurdhunda
3209 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Phansavale
3210 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Sayale
3211 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Katavali
3212 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Tamnale
3213 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Kundi
47
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
3214 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Nigudwadi
3215 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Gothane
3216 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Belari Bk.
3217 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Belariwadi
3218 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Kond Ozare
3219 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Talavade Tarf Devrukh
3220 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Math Dhamapur
3221 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Chandivane
3222 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Belari Kh.
3223 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Bamnoli
3224 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Sonarwadi
3225 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Maral
3226 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Agarewadi
3227 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Karandewadi
3228 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Hativ
3229 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Khadi Kolvan
3230 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Angavali
3231 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Kondran
3232 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Devghar
3233 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Bondye
3234 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Ozare Bk.
3235 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Nivdhe
3236 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Chaphavali
3237 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Ninave
3238 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Dakhin
3239 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Murshi
3240 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Bhadkambe
3241 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Bhovade
3242 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Kirbet
3243 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Devade
3244 Maharashtra RATNAGIRI SANGAMESHWAR Wadi Adhishti
3245 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA --NoName--165
3246 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA --NoName--166
3247 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA --NoName--167
3248 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA --NoName--168
3249 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA --NoName--169
3250 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA --NoName--170
3251 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA --NoName--171
3252 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA --NoName--172
3253 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA --NoName--173
3254 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA --NoName--174
3255 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA --NoName--175
3256 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA --NoName--176
3257 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA --NoName--177
3258 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA --NoName--178
3259 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA Khundalapur
3260 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA Manadur (CT)
3261 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA --NoName--185
3262 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA Gudhe
3263 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA Manewadi
3264 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA Panumbre Tarf Warun
3265 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA Meni
3266 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA Charan
3267 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA Shendgewadi
3268 Maharashtra SANGLI SHIRALA Nathavade
3269 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Bondarwadi
3270 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Bhuteghar
3271 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Vahite
3272 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Yerne bk
3273 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Valanjwadi
3274 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Umbari
3275 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Yerne kh
3276 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Majarewadi
3277 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Achali
3278 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Devasare
3279 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Jarewadi
3280 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Kuraloshi
3281 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Hateghar
3282 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Soundari
3283 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Sayghar
48
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
3284 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Kuroshi
3285 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Dabhe mohan
3286 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Bhaleghar
3287 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Sonat
3288 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Kalamgaon kalamkar
3289 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Dabhe dabhekar
3290 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Dabhe turuk
3291 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Okhavadi
3292 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Shirnar
3293 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Lakhwad
3294 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Kotroshi
3295 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Bhogavali t. medha
3296 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Khambil pokale
3297 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Amshi
3298 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Rangeghar
3299 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Divdev
3300 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Mamurdi
3301 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Kandat
3302 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Varsoli koli
3303 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Galdev
3304 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Khambil chorge
3305 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Kharoshi
3306 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Vadgare
3307 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Songaon
3308 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Dare bk.
3309 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Renoshi
3310 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Zadani
3311 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Harchandi
3312 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Mhate kh.
3313 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Mohat
3314 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Gondemal
3315 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Vengale
3316 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Belawade
3317 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Rule
3318 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Pali t. ategaon
3319 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Dodani
3320 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Ganje
3321 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Apti
3322 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Gavadhoshi
3323 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Maradmure
3324 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Agalavewadi
3325 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Saloshi
3326 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Uchat
3327 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Furus
3328 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Kumbhargani
3329 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Awalan
3330 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Morghar
3331 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Mhamulkarwadi
3332 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Lamaj
3333 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Walne
3334 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Tambi t. medha
3335 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Morawale
3336 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Valawan
3337 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Sangvi t. medha
3338 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Nivali
3339 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Narfdev
3340 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Parwat t. wagawale
3341 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Ahire
3342 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Tetli
3343 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Maleshwar
3344 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Malchoundi
3345 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Nizare
3346 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Gadhavali
3347 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Dhanakwadi
3348 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Akalpe
3349 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Karandi t.medha
3350 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Kolghar
3351 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Sawari
3352 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Sayali
3353 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Araw
49
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
3354 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Morni
3355 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Dund
3356 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Yekiv
3357 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Shindi
3358 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Andhari
3359 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Kas
3360 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Mhavshi
3361 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Chakdev
3362 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Pimpri t. tamb
3363 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Mhalunge
3364 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Ravandi
3365 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Met shindi
3366 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Majare shevandi
3367 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Mauje shevandi
3368 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Phalani
3369 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Adoshi
3370 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Madoshi
3371 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Khirkhandi
3372 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Kusapur
3373 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Munawale
3374 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Umbarewadi
3375 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Kargaon
3376 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI --NoName--136
3377 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Tambi
3378 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Vasota
3379 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Maldev
3380 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI --NoName--138
3381 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI --NoName--139
3382 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Deur
3383 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI --NoName--143
3384 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI Vele
3385 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI --NoName--146
3386 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI --NoName--147
3387 Maharashtra SATARA JAOLI --NoName--150
3388 Maharashtra SATARA KOREGAON Rautwadi
3389 Maharashtra SATARA KOREGAON Gujarwadi
3390 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Kshetra mahabaleshwar
3391 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Jaoli
3392 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Dare
3393 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Avakali
3394 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Nakinda
3395 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Mahabaleshwar (M Cl)
3396 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Ran adva gaund
3397 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Kumbharoshi
3398 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Metgutad
3399 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Haroshi
3400 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Dudhoshi
3401 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Petpar
3402 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Parsond
3403 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Met taliye
3404 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Bhekavali
3405 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Kumthe
3406 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Parpar
3407 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Birwadi
3408 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Shiravali
3409 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Shindola
3410 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Navali
3411 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Malusar
3412 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Birmani
3413 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Manghar
3414 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Tekavali
3415 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Hatlot
3416 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Dudhgaon
3417 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Goroshi
3418 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Parut
3419 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Chikhali
3420 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Yerandal
3421 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Chaturbet
3422 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Ghavari
3423 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Dhardev
50
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
3424 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Zanzwad
3425 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Devali
3426 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Vivar
3427 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Ghonaspur
3428 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Kalamgaon
3429 Maharashtra SATARA MAHABALESHWAR Taldev
3430 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Maloshi
3431 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Kusavade
3432 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN --NoName--149
3433 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Kushi
3434 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN --NoName--151
3435 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Dicholi
3436 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Nivade
3437 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Shirshinge
3438 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Tondoshi
3439 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Bharsakhale
3440 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Dhokawale
3441 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN --NoName--152
3442 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN --NoName--153
3443 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Dhoroshi
3444 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Nivakane
3445 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Marloshi
3446 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN --NoName--154
3447 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Kathi
3448 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Divashi kh
3449 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Punvali
3450 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN --NoName--156
3451 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Mandure
3452 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Zadoli
3453 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN --NoName--157
3454 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN --NoName--158
3455 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Nawaja
3456 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Chafoli
3457 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN --NoName--159
3458 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Mendhoshi
3459 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Mirgaon
3460 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Ghanav
3461 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN --NoName--160
3462 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Vatole
3463 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Torane
3464 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN --NoName--161
3465 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Humbarli
3466 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Padloshi
3467 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Ambavane
3468 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN --NoName--162
3469 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Ghatmatha
3470 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Ker
3471 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Kamargaon
3472 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Dhayati
3473 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Kharadwadi
3474 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Gokul tarf helwak
3475 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Karvat
3476 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Bondri
3477 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Gadhav khop
3478 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Gheradategad
3479 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Shivandeshwar
3480 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Nanel
3481 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Kemase
3482 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Marul tarf patan
3483 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Bopoli
3484 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Rasati
3485 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Thankal
3486 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Baje
3487 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Mastewadi
3488 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Nechal
3489 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Helwak
3490 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Mendheghar
3491 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Kondhavale
3492 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Vanzole
3493 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Waghane
51
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
3494 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN --NoName--163
3495 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Govare
3496 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Chafer
3497 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Kadoli
3498 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Zakade
3499 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Taliye
3500 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Maneri
3501 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Patharpunj
3502 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Kolane
3503 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN --NoName--164
3504 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Risawad
3505 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Natoshi
3506 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Gothane
3507 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Bahe
3508 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Mala
3509 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Ambrag
3510 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Pachgani
3511 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Atoli
3512 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Kalkewadi
3513 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Humbarwadi
3514 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Kodal
3515 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Kahir
3516 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Asawalewadi
3517 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Humbarne
3518 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Palashi
3519 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Paneri
3520 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Karale
3521 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Ruvale
3522 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Satar
3523 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Ghotil
3524 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Nivi
3525 Maharashtra SATARA PATAN Kasani
3526 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Chinchani
3527 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Gogavalewadi
3528 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Akale
3529 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Kamathi T.satara
3530 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Agudewadi
3531 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Parambe
3532 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Jotibachiwadi
3533 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Atali
3534 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Savali
3535 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Bhambavali
3536 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Kurulbaji
3537 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Yavateshwar
3538 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Pateghar
3539 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Katavadi Kh
3540 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Navali
3541 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Kelavali
3542 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Nitral
3543 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Takawali
3544 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Kus kh.
3545 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Khadegaon
3546 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Sandavali
3547 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Chalkewadi
3548 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Thoseghar
3549 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Raighar
3550 Maharashtra SATARA SATARA Boposhi
3551 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Jambhali
3552 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Gherakelanja
3553 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Yeruli
3554 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Kochalewadi
3555 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Khavali
3556 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Abhepuri
3557 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Duichivadi
3558 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Chorachiwadi
3559 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Kironde
3560 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Jor
3561 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Kondhavale
3562 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Golegaon
3563 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Ulumb
52
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
3564 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Balakavadi
3565 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Asagaon
3566 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Nandgane
3567 Maharashtra SATARA WAI Paratavadi
3568 Maharashtra SATARA WAI --NoName--131
3569 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Dhalavali
3570 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Pombhurle
3571 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Phanasgaon
3572 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Welgave
3573 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Waghivare
3574 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Mahalunge
3575 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Nad
3576 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Gadhitamhane
3577 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Shiravali
3578 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Shevare
3579 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Hadpid
3580 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Nimatwadi
3581 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Chafed
3582 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Lingdal
3583 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Salashi
3584 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Sherighera Kamte
3585 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Are
3586 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Tambaldeg
3587 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Rembavali
3588 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Kuvale
3589 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG DEVGAD Khudi
3590 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Waingani
3591 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Sherpe
3592 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Jambhalnagar
3593 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Darum
3594 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Dhareshwar
3595 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Ozaram
3596 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Nagsawantwadi
3597 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Ghonsari
3598 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Koloshi
3599 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Phondaghat
3600 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Damare
3601 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Ayanal
3602 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Uttar Bajar Peth
3603 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Kondye
3604 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Harkul Kh.
3605 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Savdav
3606 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Main
3607 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Bharni
3608 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Kumbhavade
3609 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Tarandale
3610 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Gandhinagar
3611 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Rameshwarnagar
3612 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Bhiravande
3613 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Humbarane
3614 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Pise Kamate
3615 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Varavade
3616 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Natal
3617 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Dariste
3618 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Digavale
3619 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Shiraval
3620 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Ranjangaon
3621 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Kasavan
3622 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Pimpalgaon
3623 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Osargaon
3624 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Bhairavgaon
3625 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Yevteshwargaon
3626 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Nardave
3627 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Jambhalgaon
3628 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KANKAVLI Kalasuli
3629 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Kupavade
3630 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Gavalgaon
3631 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Bhutvad
3632 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Durganagar
3633 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Bhadgaon Bk.
53
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
3634 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Bhadgaon Kh.
3635 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Sonavade Tarf Kalsuli
3636 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Bharani
3637 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Ghotage
3638 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Nirukhe
3639 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Pangrad
3640 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Warde
3641 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Padave
3642 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Kadawal
3643 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Avalegaon
3644 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Kusagaon
3645 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Rumadgaon
3646 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Girgaon
3647 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Kinlos
3648 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Nerur K.Narur
3649 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Hirlok
3650 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Anjivade
3651 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Shivapur
3652 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Narur
3653 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Keravade K.Narur
3654 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Nileli
3655 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Pandur
3656 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Wasoli
3657 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Chafeli
3658 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Gothos
3659 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Nivaje
3660 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Sakirde
3661 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Upavade
3662 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Pulas
3663 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Gandhigram
3664 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Wados
3665 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Walawal
3666 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Amberi
3667 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL More
3668 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Mudyacha Kond
3669 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Kanduli
3670 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Madgaon
3671 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Kaleli
3672 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Taligaon
3673 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Munagi
3674 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Bhattgaon
3675 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Tendoli
3676 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG KUDAL Akeri
3677 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Shirshinge
3678 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Amboli
3679 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Gele
3680 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Sawarwad
3681 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Verle
3682 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Sangeli
3683 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Ambegaon
3684 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Ovaliye
3685 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Madkhol
3686 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Kunkeri
3687 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Parpoli
3688 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Nene
3689 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Kegad
3690 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Devsu
3691 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Masure
3692 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Danoli
3693 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Bhom
3694 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Nirukhe
3695 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Charathe
3696 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Kesari
3697 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Chaukul
3698 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Fansavade
3699 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Kariwade
3700 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Bavlat
3701 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Sawantwadi (M Cl)
3702 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Brahmanpat
3703 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Sarmale
54
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
3704 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Dabhil
3705 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Udeli
3706 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Konas
3707 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Gharap
3708 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Majgaon
3709 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Asniye
3710 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Tamboli
3711 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Kumbhavade
3712 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Degave
3713 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Banda
3714 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Padve Majgaon
3715 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Ronapal
3716 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Padve
3717 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Dandeli
3718 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Madura
3719 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Dingne
3720 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Aros
3721 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Galel
3722 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Kondure
3723 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Satarda
3724 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Dongarpal
3725 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Gulduve
3726 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG SAWANTWADI Sateli Tarf Satarda
3727 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Tiravade Tarf Soundal
3728 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Nerle
3729 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Palandewadi
3730 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Jambhavade
3731 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Akhavane
3732 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Mandavkarwadi
3733 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Upale
3734 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Mounde
3735 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Bhom
3736 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Ainari
3737 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Bhui Bawada
3738 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Tiravade Tarf Kharepatan
3739 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Kumbharwadi
3740 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Ringewadi
3741 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Madhaliwadi
3742 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Kumbhari
3743 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Bhattiwadi
3744 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Kumbhavade
3745 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Pimpalwadi
3746 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Bhuyadewadi
3747 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Yedgaon
3748 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Karul
3749 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Narkarwadi
3750 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Navale
3751 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Vayamboshi
3752 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Sangulwadi
3753 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Vabhave
3754 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Nim Arule
3755 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Mohitewadi
3756 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Tembewadi
3757 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Sadure
3758 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Shirale
3759 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Achirne
3760 Maharashtra SINDHUDURG VAIBHAVVADI Kurli
3761 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Bopdari
3762 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Vavar
3763 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Dahul
3764 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Dadhari
3765 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Ozar
3766 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Vangani
3767 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Kharonda
3768 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Hateri
3769 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Morchachapada
3770 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Tilonde
3771 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Palshin
3772 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Kogade
3773 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Alyachimet
55
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
3774 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Akare
3775 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Hade
3776 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Garadwadi
3777 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Kardhan
3778 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Juni Jawhar
3779 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Dengachimet
3780 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Kaulale
3781 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Kadachimet
3782 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Dongarwadi
3783 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Nandgaon
3784 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Chauk
3785 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Zap
3786 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Aine
3787 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Manmohadi
3788 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Medhe
3789 Maharashtra THANE JAWHAR Khidse
3790 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Ase
3791 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Dhamani
3792 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Dandwal
3793 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Khoch
3794 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Dhondmaryachimet
3795 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Dolhare
3796 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Sayade
3797 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Kurlod
3798 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Nashera
3799 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Botoshi
3800 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Kevanale
3801 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Gomghar
3802 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Suryamal
3803 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Pachaghar
3804 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Vashind
3805 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Wakadpada
3806 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Kiniste
3807 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Amale
3808 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Kochale
3809 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Kashti
3810 Maharashtra THANE MOKHADA Sawarde
3811 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Alawe
3812 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Talegaon
3813 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Merdi
3814 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Shiroshi
3815 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Fangaloshi
3816 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Walhivale
3817 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Kochare Bk.
3818 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Thitabi Tarf Vaishakhare
3819 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Nyahadi
3820 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Diwanpada
3821 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Fangane
3822 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Moroshi
3823 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Sawarne
3824 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Udaldon
3825 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Karavale
3826 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Vaishakhare
3827 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Sajgaon
3828 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Pimpalgaon
3829 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Asose
3830 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Khutal Bangla
3831 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Ambele Kh.
3832 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Inde
3833 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Hireghar
3834 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Nandgaon
3835 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Pendhari
3836 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Eklahare
3837 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Mangaon
3838 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Vidhyanagar
3839 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Tembhare Bk.
3840 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Sonavale
3841 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Sajai
3842 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Madh
3843 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Padale
56
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
3844 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Kheware
3845 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Ghorale
3846 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Koloshi
3847 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Vidhe
3848 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Shiravali
3849 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Kalambhe
3850 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Kalambad Mu
3851 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Kole
3852 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Umbroli Kh.
3853 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Dudhanoli
3854 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Khopivali
3855 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Rao
3856 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Ganeshpur
3857 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Dehari
3858 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Uchale
3859 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD --NoName--43
3860 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Sidhgad
3861 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Mohaghar
3862 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Khanivare
3863 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Kachakoli
3864 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Mohghar
3865 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Jambhurde
3866 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Dongar Nhave
3867 Maharashtra THANE MURBAD Patgaon
3868 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Vihigaon
3869 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Dapur
3870 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Tembhe
3871 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Ajnup
3872 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Belwad
3873 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Dand
3874 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Umbravane
3875 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Ambivali
3876 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Dahigaon
3877 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Fugale
3878 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Palshin
3879 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Vashala Bk
3880 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Vaveghar
3881 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Vashala Kh
3882 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Kothale
3883 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Veluk
3884 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Jarandi
3885 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Ghanepada
3886 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Khardi
3887 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Aghai
3888 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Dhakane
3889 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Kalbhonde
3890 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Vaghivali
3891 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Umbarkhand
3892 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Patol
3893 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Pingalwadi
3894 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Kalamgaon
3895 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Kashti
3896 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Hinglud
3897 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Lahe
3898 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Palheri
3899 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Nevare
3900 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Julawani
3901 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Roadvahal
3902 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Pendhari
3903 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Nandgaon
3904 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Mohili
3905 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Chondhe Kh.
3906 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Tanasa
3907 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Kothare
3908 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Taharpur
3909 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Bhavse
3910 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Vehlonde
3911 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Jambhulwad
3912 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Kanvinde
3913 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Chondhe Bk.
57
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
3914 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Vedvahal
3915 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Gandulwad
3916 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Savaroli Kh.
3917 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Sakharoli
3918 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Khoste
3919 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Atgaon
3920 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Sajivali
3921 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Sakurli
3922 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Khor
3923 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR --NoName--36
3924 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Savaroli Bk.
3925 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Dehene
3926 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Piwali
3927 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Mahuli
3928 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Saralambe
3929 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Khutadi
3930 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Pundhe
3931 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Chandroti
3932 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Mamnoli
3933 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Kharade
3934 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR --NoName--38
3935 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Vandre
3936 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR BHINAR
3937 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Lingayate
3938 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Awale
3939 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Gunde
3940 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Katbao
3941 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Adivali
3942 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Ambekhor
3943 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Dahagaon
3944 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Asangaon
3945 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR MALEGAON
3946 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Narayangaon
3947 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Lavale
3948 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Khativali
3949 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Kudshet
3950 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Borsheti Kh
3951 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Bedisgaon
3952 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Pashane
3953 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Umbhrai
3954 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Lenad Bk.
3955 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Sane
3956 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Ambivali
3957 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Kharivali
3958 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Palsoli
3959 Maharashtra THANE SHAHAPUR Bhagdal
3960 Maharashtra THANE VADA Akhada
3961 Maharashtra THANE VADA Virhe
3962 Maharashtra THANE VADA Ujjaini
3963 Maharashtra THANE VADA Pinjal
3964 Maharashtra THANE VADA Dabhon
3965 Maharashtra THANE VADA Pachghar
3966 Maharashtra THANE VADA Satronde
3967 Maharashtra THANE VADA Shilottar
3968 Maharashtra THANE VADA Pik
3969 Maharashtra THANE VADA Mandava
3970 Maharashtra THANE VADA Khodade
3971 Maharashtra THANE VADA Ogada
3972 Maharashtra THANE VADA Parali
3973 Maharashtra THANE VADA Dahivali Kumbhiste
3974 Maharashtra THANE VADA Amgaon
3975 Maharashtra THANE VADA Kumdal
3976 Maharashtra THANE VADA Ambhai
3977 Maharashtra THANE VADA Tilmal
3978 Maharashtra THANE VADA KARANJPADA
3979 Maharashtra THANE VADA Devali
3980 Maharashtra THANE VADA Kolim Sarovar
3981 Maharashtra THANE VADA Posheri
3982 Maharashtra THANE VADA Shele
3983 Maharashtra THANE VADA Guhir
58
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
3984 Maharashtra THANE VADA Harosale
3985 Maharashtra THANE VADA Kanchad
3986 Maharashtra THANE VADA Dhapad
3987 Maharashtra THANE VADA Vaghote
3988 Maharashtra THANE VADA Dhadhare
3989 Maharashtra THANE VADA Balivali
3990 Maharashtra THANE VADA Galtare
3991 Maharashtra THANE VADA Vaveghar
3992 Maharashtra THANE VADA Nane
3993 Maharashtra THANE VADA Sange
3994 Maharashtra THANE VADA Kalambhe
3995 Maharashtra THANE VADA Sonale Kh.
3996 Maharashtra THANE VADA Nishet
3997 Maharashtra THANE VADA Pimparoli
3998 Maharashtra THANE VADA Moj
3999 Maharashtra THANE VADA Bilghar
4000 Maharashtra THANE VADA Tuse
4001 Maharashtra THANE VADA Varai Bk.
4002 Maharashtra THANE VADA Sonale Bk.
4003 Maharashtra THANE VADA Varai Kh.
4004 Maharashtra THANE VADA Avandhe
4005 Maharashtra THANE VADA Chikhale
4006 Maharashtra THANE VADA Savarkhand
4007 Maharashtra THANE VADA Asnas
4008 Maharashtra THANE VADA Abitghar
4009 Maharashtra THANE VADA Gaurapur
4010 Maharashtra THANE VADA Goleghar
4011 Maharashtra THANE VADA Kalambhai
4012 Maharashtra THANE VADA Devghar
4013 Maharashtra THANE VADA Devgaon
4014 Maharashtra THANE VADA Ambarbhui
4015 Maharashtra THANE VADA Budhavali
4016 Maharashtra THANE VADA Bilavali
4017 Maharashtra THANE VADA Kati
4018 Maharashtra THANE VADA Gunj
4019 Maharashtra THANE VADA Khaire Ambivali
4020 Maharashtra THANE VADA Varnol
4021 Maharashtra THANE VADA Dongaste
4022 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE COIMBATORE NORTH Thadagam R.F.
4023 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE COIMBATORE NORTH Anaikatti (North)
4024 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE COIMBATORE NORTH Anaikatti (South)
4025 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE COIMBATORE NORTH Veerapandi
4026 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE COIMBATORE SOUTH Boluvampatti (Block I)
4027 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE COIMBATORE SOUTH Booluvampatti(BlockII)
4028 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE METTUPALAYAM Odanthurai R.F.
4029 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE METTUPALAYAM Jaganarai Slopes R.F.
4030 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE METTUPALAYAM Kallar R.F.
4031 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE METTUPALAYAM Hulical Drug R.F.
4032 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE METTUPALAYAM Pillur Slope R.F.
4033 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE METTUPALAYAM Nellithurai and Sundapatti R.F
4034 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE METTUPALAYAM Kandiyur R.F.
4035 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE METTUPALAYAM Nilgiri Eastern Slope R.F.
4036 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE METTUPALAYAM Melur Slope R.F.
4037 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE METTUPALAYAM Anaikatti North R.F.
4038 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE UDUMALAIPETTAI Anamalai R.F.
4039 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE UDUMALAIPETTAI Anamalai R.F.
4040 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE UDUMALAIPETTAI --NoName--1201
4041 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE UDUMALAIPETTAI Amaravathi R.F.
4042 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE UDUMALAIPETTAI Kudiraiar & Kukkal R.F.
4043 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE UDUMALAIPETTAI --NoName--1212
4044 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE UDUMALAIPETTAI Manjampatti R.F.
4045 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE VALPARAI --NoName--1183
4046 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE VALPARAI Valparai (TP)
4047 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE VALPARAI --NoName--1194
4048 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE VALPARAI Valparai (TP)
4049 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE VALPARAI --NoName--1199
4050 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE VALPARAI Valparai (TP)
4051 Tamil Nadu COIMBATORE VALPARAI Valparai (TP)
4052 Tamil Nadu DINDIGUL DINDIGUL Kannivadi (TP)
4053 Tamil Nadu DINDIGUL DINDIGUL Adalur
59
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
4054 Tamil Nadu DINDIGUL DINDIGUL --NoName--1207
4055 Tamil Nadu DINDIGUL DINDIGUL Erukkalmalai R.F.
4056 Tamil Nadu DINDIGUL DINDIGUL Sirumalai
4057 Tamil Nadu DINDIGUL KODAIKANAL Pachalur
4058 Tamil Nadu DINDIGUL KODAIKANAL Vadagounchi
4059 Tamil Nadu DINDIGUL KODAIKANAL Periyur
4060 Tamil Nadu DINDIGUL KODAIKANAL Kilakkuchettipatti
4061 Tamil Nadu DINDIGUL KODAIKANAL Kookkal
4062 Tamil Nadu DINDIGUL KODAIKANAL Thandigudi
4063 Tamil Nadu DINDIGUL KODAIKANAL Kamanur
4064 Tamil Nadu DINDIGUL KODAIKANAL Adukkam
4065 Tamil Nadu DINDIGUL KODAIKANAL Vellagavi
4066 Tamil Nadu DINDIGUL ODDANCHATRAM Vadagadu
4067 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI AGASTHEESWARAM Thekkumalai RF.(West and East)
4068 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI KALKULAM Veerapuli R.F.
4069 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI KALKULAM Veerapuli Extn. (Old Kulasekarapuram)
4070 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI KALKULAM --NoName--1414
4071 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI KALKULAM Velimalai Forest
4072 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI THOVALA Veerapuli R.F.
4073 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI THOVALA Asambu R.F.
4074 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI THOVALA Poigaimalai R.F.
4075 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI THOVALA Azhagiapandiapuram (TP)
4076 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI THOVALA --NoName--1420
4077 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI THOVALA --NoName--1421
4078 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI THOVALA --NoName--1423
4079 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI THOVALA Velimalai R.F.
4080 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI THOVALA Thadagamalai R.F.
4081 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI THOVALA Chiramadam
4082 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI THOVALA Aralvaimozhi (TP)
4083 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI THOVALA --NoName--1443
4084 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI THOVALA Thekkumalai West
4085 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI THOVALA Thekkumalai East
4086 Tamil Nadu KANNIYAKUMARI VILAVANCODE Kilamalai R.F.
4087 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS COONOOR Burliyar
4088 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS COONOOR Coonoor
4089 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS GUDALUR Mudumalai
4090 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS GUDALUR Nellakotta
4091 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS GUDALUR Srimadurai
4092 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS GUDALUR Gudalur (TP)
4093 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS GUDALUR O' Valley (TP)
4094 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS KOTAGIRI Nilgiri Eastern Slopes
4095 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS KOTAGIRI Nandipuram
4096 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS KOTAGIRI Aracode
4097 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS KOTAGIRI --NoName--1142
4098 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS KOTAGIRI Kadinamala
4099 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS KOTAGIRI Kengarai
4100 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS KOTAGIRI Jackanarai
4101 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS KUNDAH Mulligoor
4102 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS KUNDAH Kilkunda (TP)
4103 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS KUNDAH Melkundah
4104 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS KUNDAH Kinnakkorai
4105 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS KUNDAH Kilkunda (TP)
4106 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS PANTHALUR --NoName--1140
4107 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS UDHAGAMANDALAM --NoName--1139
4108 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS UDHAGAMANDALAM Ebbanad
4109 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS UDHAGAMANDALAM Kukkal
4110 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS UDHAGAMANDALAM Sholur (TP)
4111 Tamil Nadu THE NILGIRIS UDHAGAMANDALAM Naduvattam (TP)
4112 Tamil Nadu THENI ANDIPATTI --NoName--1262
4113 Tamil Nadu THENI BODINAYAKANUR Ahamalai
4114 Tamil Nadu THENI BODINAYAKANUR Bodi Hill North
4115 Tamil Nadu THENI BODINAYAKANUR Kottagudi
4116 Tamil Nadu THENI UTHAMAPALAYAM Erasakkanayackanur Hills
4117 Tamil Nadu THENI UTHAMAPALAYAM Suruli RF .
4118 Tamil Nadu THENI UTHAMAPALAYAM Koothanatchiyar RF
4119 Tamil Nadu THENI UTHAMAPALAYAM --NoName--1271
4120 Tamil Nadu THENI UTHAMAPALAYAM Vannathiparai RF
4121 Tamil Nadu THENI UTHAMAPALAYAM Pandarathurai RF
4122 Tamil Nadu THENI UTHAMAPALAYAM Melagudalur RF
4123 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI AMBASAMUDRAM Papanasam R.F.
60
Sl No STATE DIST TALUK Village Name
4124 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI AMBASAMUDRAM Dharmapuramatam
4125 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI AMBASAMUDRAM Singampatti Zamindar Forest
4126 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI AMBASAMUDRAM --NoName--1379
4127 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI AMBASAMUDRAM Therku Viravanallur R.F.
4128 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI NANGUNERI Kalakadu(R.F)
4129 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI NANGUNERI Vadagarai
4130 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI SHENKOTTAI --NoName--1350
4131 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI SHENKOTTAI Puliyarai R.F (Part)
4132 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI SHENKOTTAI --NoName--1353
4133 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI SHENKOTTAI Achampudur (TP)
4134 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI SHENKOTTAI Puliyarai R.F.(Part)
4135 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI SIVAGIRI Sivagiri Reserve Forest
4136 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI TENKASI Krishnapuram R.F.
4137 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI TENKASI Vairavankulam R.F.
4138 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI TENKASI Kadayanallur Upper Slopes
4139 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI TENKASI --NoName--1354
4140 Tamil Nadu TIRUNELVELI TENKASI Courtallam Slopes R.F.
4141 Tamil Nadu VIRUDHUNAGAR RAJAPALAYAM --NoName--1281
4142 Tamil Nadu VIRUDHUNAGAR RAJAPALAYAM Sappaniparambu (R.F)
4143 Tamil Nadu VIRUDHUNAGAR RAJAPALAYAM Kollankondan R.F.
4144 Tamil Nadu VIRUDHUNAGAR RAJAPALAYAM Kothankulam RF
4145 Tamil Nadu VIRUDHUNAGAR RAJAPALAYAM Settur RF
4146 Tamil Nadu VIRUDHUNAGAR SRIVILLIPUTHUR Khansabpuram (Unnipath RF)
4147 Tamil Nadu VIRUDHUNAGAR SRIVILLIPUTHUR --NoName--1275
4148 Tamil Nadu VIRUDHUNAGAR SRIVILLIPUTHUR Khansabpuram(Khansapuram RF)
4149 Tamil Nadu VIRUDHUNAGAR SRIVILLIPUTHUR Pudupatti R.F
4150 Tamil Nadu VIRUDHUNAGAR SRIVILLIPUTHUR Sundarapandiyam(R.F)
4151 Tamil Nadu VIRUDHUNAGAR SRIVILLIPUTHUR Srivilliputtur R.F.
4152 Tamil Nadu VIRUDHUNAGAR SRIVILLIPUTHUR --NoName--1277
4153 Tamil Nadu VIRUDHUNAGAR SRIVILLIPUTHUR Venkateswarapuram R.F.
4154 Tamil Nadu VIRUDHUNAGAR SRIVILLIPUTHUR Pillaiyarnatham R.F.
4155 Tamil Nadu VIRUDHUNAGAR SRIVILLIPUTHUR --NoName--1279
4156 Tamil Nadu VIRUDHUNAGAR SRIVILLIPUTHUR Valaikkulam R.F.

Annexure 1

evolution, the UNESCO included parts of Western Ghats in the UNESCO World Natural
Heritage List.

The Western Ghats are not only home to the rich biodiversity, but also include areas of
high human population density. In the past, major transformations of the landscape have
affected the habitat integrity of the Western Ghats.

In recent decades the Government has taken serious measures to conserve the fast
declining biological diversity with the establishment of Protected Area network, tiger
reserves and biosphere reserves. More recently a significant new initiative has been
added to the conservation efforts in the form Ecologically Sensitive Areas. These areas
are not just about regulation of development but are also intimately linked to positive
promotion of environment-friendly and socially inclusive development.

Keeping this in view the Ministry of Environment & Forests had constituted the Western
Ghats Ecology Expert Panel (WGEEP) under the Chairmanship of Prof Madhav Gadgil
on 4
th
March 2010 to, inter alia, (i) demarcate ecologically sensitive areas in Western
Ghats, (ii) recommend measures for management of these ecologically sensitive areas,
(iii) recommend measures for preservation, conservation and rejuvenation of this
environmentally sensitive and ecologically significant region and (iv) recommend
modalities for the establishment Western Ghats Ecology Authority under the
Environment (Protection) Act, 1986. The tenure of the Panel expired on 31
st
August 2011
and the Panel has since submitted its report to the Ministry.

The Western Ghats have complex interstate character and the recommendations of
WGEEP involve demarcation of Ecologically sensitive zones and zonal regulation of
important sectors of activity such as agriculture, land use, mining, industry, tourism,
water resources, power, roads and railways. Therefore, the Ministry sought
comments/views of the concerned six State Governments and eleven Central Ministries
on the report. Further, the Ministry also made the report available in public domain for
seeking comments/views from all concerned stakeholders on the report on 23
rd
May 2012
within a period of 45 days. The Ministry has since received comments/views from some
of the concerned State Governments and Central Ministries and also from a large number
of stakeholders.

In order to examine the Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel Report in a holistic and
multidisciplinary fashion keeping in view the comments received from the concerned
State Governments/Central Ministries/Stakeholders and other related important aspects
such as preservation of precious biodiversity, needs and aspirations of the local and
indigenous people, sustainable development and environmental integrity of the region,
climate change and constitutional implications of centre-state relations, the Ministry
constitutes a High Level Working Group with the following composition and Terms of
Reference:

S.No. Name of Expert Status
1 Dr. K. Kasturirangan
Member (Science), Planning Commission, New Delhi
Chairman
2 Professor C.R. Babu
Professor Emeritus, University of Delhi &
Ex Pro-Vice Chancellor, University of Delhi, Delhi
Member
3 Shri J .M. Mauskar
Ex-Special Secretary
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India, New Delhi
Member
4 Professor Kanchan Chopra
Ex-Director, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi
Member
5 Dr. Jagdish Kishwan
In his personal capacity and posted at present as
Additional Director General of Forests (Wildlife)
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India, New Delhi
Member
6 Shri Darshan Shankar
Chairman, Institute of Ayurveda and Integrative
Medicine, Bengaluru
Member
7 Ms. Sunita Narain
Director General
Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi
Member
8 Dr. P.S. Roy
Director
Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehradun
Member
9 Shri Ajay Tyagi, Joint Secretary,
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India, New Delhi
Member Convenor

Special Invitee
Dr. Indrani Chandrasekhran, Advisor (E&F)
Planning Commission, New Delhi

1. Terms of Reference

I. To examine the Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel Report in a holistic and
multidisciplinary fashion in the light of the comments received from the concerned State
Governments/Central Ministries/Stakeholders considering the following important
aspects:

a) the imperatives of equitable economic and social growth of the region in the most
sustainable manner with special attention and importance to the preservation of the
precious biodiversity, wildlife, flora and fauna of the Western Ghats and to prevent
further degradation of the same;

b) the rights, needs and development aspirations of local and indigenous people, tribals,
forest dwellers and the most disadvantaged sections of the local community recognizing
Annexure 2

MINUTES OF THE FIRST MEETING HELD ON 28.8.12 IN NEW
DELHI OF THE HIGH LEVEL WORKING GROUP TO STUDY THE
PRESERVATION OF THE ECOLOGY, ENVIRONMENTAL
INTEGRITY AND HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE WESTERN
GHATS IN VIEW OF THEIR RICH AND UNIQUE BIODIVERSITY


1. List of participants is annexed. Leave of absence was given to Shri
J.M. Mauskar, who could not attend the meeting on account of other
pressing engagements.

2. At the outset, Dr. K. Kasturirangan, Chairman of the High Level
Working Group (HLWG) welcomed all the Members of the Group. In the
opening remarks, he apprised the Members about the background for setting
up the HLWG. He informed that HLWG was constituted on 17
th
August,
2012 with the main objective of examining the Western Ghats Ecology
Expert Panel (WGEEP) Report in a holistic and multidisciplinary fashion in
the light of comments received from the concerned State
Governments/Central Ministries/Stakeholders. Drawing attention of the
Members to the Terms of Reference of the HLWG, he stated that the Group
has been asked to recommend further course of action to the Government
with respect to WGEEP. The Chairman stated that while the Group will
have consultations with various stakeholders as per the Terms of Reference,
attempt shall be made to not to repeat the process already followed by
WGEEP. The task of this Group should be seen as a continuum,
acknowledging the richness and value of the WGEEP report and enabling
the understanding and implementation of its recommendations.

3. Thereafter, the Chairman requested Dr. G.V. Subramaniam, Advisor,
MoEF and Ex-Member Secretary of WGEEP, to make a brief presentation
on the recommendations of the WGEEP report and the comments received
thereupon from different stakeholders.

4. Dr. Subramaniam in his presentation highlighted the main features of
the report and brought out the recommendations relating to:

i. Demarcation and delimitation of Western Ghats
ii. Demarcation of ecologically sensitive zones in Western Ghats,
iii. Development of broad sectoral guidelines for the ecologically
sensitive zones,
iv. Measures for management of these ecologically sensitive zones,
including recommended modalities for the establishment of Western
Ghats Ecology Authority under the Environment (Protection) Act,
1986.
v. Gundia Hydroelectric Power Project, Karnataka , Athirapally
Hydroelectric Power Project, Kerala, Iron ore mining in Goa and
Industrial projects and iron ore mining in Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg
districts of Maharashtra.

He also briefly presented the comments received from the State
Governments (Maharashtra, Kerala, Goa and Gujarat) and Central
Ministries (Power, Steel, Agriculture, Urban Development and
Commerce & Industry), bringing out their concerns. As regards the
comments of other stakeholders he stated that MoEF had received
about 700 emails and about 500 comments through post. The same
are being compiled.

5. The Group felt that WGEEP report is a comprehensive report on the
ecology and environmental aspects of Western Ghats and has been finalized
after wide consultations with various stakeholders. The report should be
examined in the light of aspirations of the States and the local people of the
Western Ghats with a view to balancing the needs of ecological
preservation, rural livelihood and biodiversity conservation vis-à-vis
economic development of the region. Defining the Western Ghats area in an
objective and clear manner is critical for policy making, planning,
management and implementation for regional plans and programmes in the
region. There is a need for more clarity on the criteria for categorizations of
ecological sensitive zones vis-à-vis protected areas. The recommended
demarcated area and the suggested degree of protection to be granted to
various ESZs need to be closely examined with respect to the ground
realities and the comments of various stakeholders.

6. Thereafter, the Group deliberated at length on the way forward and
the methodology to be followed for firming up its report. The gist of the
discussion held and decisions taken in respect of the way forward and
methodology to be adopted by HLWG is as follows:

I. Consultations with six State Governments

Before having meetings with individual State Governments, it would
be useful to obtain their specific comments on the following points:

1. The recommendations of the Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel
(WGEEP), could be categorized as (i) State specific
recommendations; and (ii) Recommendations applicable to all
States in the Western Ghats area. Under each of these categories,
the States may further categorize the recommendations into
following categories and give their comments:

(a) The recommendations which are acceptable to the State
Government.
(b) The recommendations which are acceptable with modifications
along with suggested modifications and reasons for
suggesting the modifications.
(c) The recommendations which are not at all acceptable, along
with detailed reasons for not finding them acceptable.

2. What are the existing legislative and regulatory measures taken by
the State Government, as also the status of existing institutions in
the State relating to ecology and environment preservation, and:

(a) Whether they are adequate to deal with the issues brought out in
WGEEP report?
(b) Do they need improvement / strengthening ? What are State
Government’s suggestions in this regard?

3. What are State Government’s views on the adequacy of the
existing Central Government legislations and regulatory systems
relating to ecology and environment in the context of the issues
brought out in the WGEEP report? State Government’s views on
the need for their improvement / strengthening.

4. What is the implication of UNESCO heritage site recognition of
some part of the Western Ghats as also of international
commitments relating to biodiversity and other environment
related areas?

5. State Government’s comprehensive analysis on economic
implications of implementing the recommendations of WGEEP.
Such an analysis may take into account all the pros and cons of
implementing the recommendations.

6. Does the State Government have any regional planning process
which takes into account the ecology and environment preservation
of Western Ghats while considering the developmental and
livelihood issues in planning? How can the recommendations of
WGEEP help in improving this planning process?

It was decided that the Chairman may write to the Chief Secretaries of
all these States asking them to send their comments within 10 days.

II. Consultations with Central Government Ministries and MoEF

1. It was decided that the Chairman may write to the Secretaries of
eleven Central Government Ministries, i.e., Power, Steel,
Agriculture, Commerce & Industry, Urban Development,
Railways, Rural Development (Department of Land
Resources), Tribal Affairs, Tourism, Mines & Surface
Transport and seek their comments on the recommendations of
the WGEEP within 10 days.

2. The following Divisions of MoEF may make presentation
before the HLWG:
i. Climate Change Division on the effects and challenges of
climate change in the ecologically significant Western
Ghats region.
ii. Impact Assessment Division on the existing practices of
impact assessment particularly for hydro power projects
and mining activities in Western Ghats region; need for
cumulative impact assessment and strengthening of
monitoring mechanisms.
iii. Forest Conservation Division on the issue of status of
clearances accorded / pending for the projects in the
region.
iv. Forest Policy Division on the livelihood issues of the
indigenous people, tribals and forest dwellers residing in
the area.
v. Wildlife Division on the issues of eco-tourism and buffer
zone development
vi. Division dealing with CRZ issues on efficacy of the
existing regulatory structure
vii. Research and Education Division on the functioning of
High Level Monitoring Committees (HLMCs) in charge
of eco-sensitive zones.

The dates for these presentations would be conveyed in due
course.

3. The concerned division of Planning Commission may make a
presentation on the existing scheme of Planning Commission
on Western Ghats development. The date for this presentation
would be conveyed in due course.

4. MoEF’s comments may also be obtained on the following with
10 days :

i. Adequacy of the existing Central regulatory framework to
deal with the issues raised in the WGEEP report and the
need, if any, to bring in amendments/ modifications
ii. Adequacy of existing institutions / institutional mechanism
including those on bio-diversity and the need to bring in
improvements / strengthening of the same.
iii. What is the implication of UNESCO heritage site
recognition of some part of the Western Ghats as also of
international commitments relating to biodiversity and other
environment related areas.

5. With a view to having a better understanding of regional
planning process and coordination of inter-State relations, the
Secretaries of the “North-East Council” and “Inter-State
Council” may be invited to make presentations before the
HLWG.

III. Consultations with other stakeholders


1. HLWG observed that WGEEP has had extensive consultations
with various stakeholders in respect of ecology and environment
preservation issues and that HLWG should not attempt to repeat
what has already been done by WGEEP. The WGEEP had 40
interactions with the stakeholders. Further, MoEF received about
1200 comments through emails / posts on WGEEP report. All
these should be properly categorized and summarized by MoEF
and presented before the HLWG so that there could be a proper
appreciation of the consultations held so far with various
stakeholders. This categorization and summarization may be done
within ten days. During the discussions, it was realized that there
would be a need to have further consultations with stakeholders on
socio-economic issues, especially those relating to use of bio-
diversity and forests. It was decided that the Members may
identify such groups / institutions / NGOs, etc., who are working
on the socio-economic aspects of ecology, environment and
forestry in the Western Ghats region and such groups / institutions
/ NGOs could then be invited for having interaction with HLWG.
This suggested methodology of interacting with the stakeholders
may be brought out clearly in a transparent manner on the website
of HLWG (to be created) so as to clarify the position to all
concerned.

2. It was decided that HLWG may have a meeting with the Ex-
Chairman and Ex-Members of WGEEP.

IV. Technical and Legal inputs

1. It was decided to invite / hire appropriate institutions / individuals to
give inputs on the following technical matters:

(i) River valley / hydro power projects, existing and proposed, in
Western Ghats – need for cumulative impact assessment studies
and hydrological analysis.
(ii) Wind power projects, existing and proposed, in Western Ghats
– impact assessment
(iii) Mining of minerals including riverbed mining – impact
assessment issues
(iv) Mapping and zonation methodology adopted by WGEEP. It
was decided that this study could be handled by Dr. P.S. Roy,
Member, HLWG with the help of ISRO. This study may
further include the issues like inclusion of ecological zoning in
regional planning; mapping of other thematic layers, e.g.
settlements, industries, mining, agriculture, etc., over ecological
zoning; developing satellite based monitoring mechanisms and
suggesting an appropriate inter-state mechanism in the Western
Ghats region which could provide assistance on monitoring,
modeling and decision support system based on remote sensing
technology. It was decided that the Chairman may write to
Chairman, ISRO, seeking their support for this purpose

2. As regards the need to have a legal consultant or to have consultations
on other matters, appropriate view would be taken later.

V. Field visit

1. Goa has developed an innovative regional planning process which
takes into account the eco-sensitive zones. With a view to having a
better understanding of the local planning process and also to
understand the issues relating to mining in Goa, it was decided that
HLWG may visit Goa. The visit could be for two days – one day for
the meeting with the State Government officials and the second day
for visiting mining areas and other sites. It was decided that
tentatively this visit could be on 20
th
– 21
st
September, 2012.

2. As regards the visit to other States, appropriate view would be taken
in due course.

It was decided that Member Convener of HLWG will attempt to draft
appropriate timelines for above activities with the aim to meet the deadline
of 17
th
October, 2012 for submitting the report to the Government.

7. The meeting ended with a vote of thanks to and from the Chair.

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ANNEXURE

Meeting of the High Level Working Group (HLWG) held on 28-08-2012

List of Members / Special invitees present:


1. Dr. K. Kasturirangan

In Chair

2. Ms. Sunita Narain, Centre for Science
& Environment
Member

3. Shri Jagdish Kiswan, ADG(WL),
Ministry of Environment

Member


4. Prof. Darshan Shankar, FRLHT

Member

5. Prof. C.R. Babu, University of Delhi

Member

6. Prof. P.S.Roy, IIRS, Dehradun

Member

7. Ms. Kanchan Chopra , Former Director
(IEG)

Member
8. Shri Ajay Tyagi, Joint Secretary,
Ministry of Environment

Member
Convener

9. Dr. Ranjan Chatterji, Consultant, Planning
Commission

Special Invitee

10. Dr. Indrani Chandrasekheran , Advisor,
Ministry of Planning Commission

Special Invitee



MINUTES OF THE SECOND MEETING HELD ON 18.9.12 IN NEW DELHI OF
THE HIGH LEVEL WORKING GROUP TO STUDY THE PRESERVATION OF
THE ECOLOGY, ENVIRONMENTAL INTEGRITY AND HOLISTIC
DEVELOPMENT OF THE WESTERN GHATS IN VIEW OF THEIR RICH AND
UNIQUE BIODIVERSITY


List of participants is annexed. Leave of absence was given to Shri Darshan Shankar,
who could not attend the meeting on account of other pressing engagements.

At the outset, Dr. K. Kasturirangan, Chairman of the High Level Working Group
(HLWG) welcomed all the Members of the Group. In the opening remarks, Dr.
Kasturirangan highlighted the need for arriving at time-bound targets after focussed
discussions on the agenda items.
Item 2: Confirmation of the minutes of the 1st meeting of the HLWG

Minutes of the first meeting of HLWG were confirmed.

Item 3: Action taken on the minutes of the previous meeting.

The Chairman, requested Shri Ajay Tyagi, Joint Secretary and Member Convenor,
HLWG to inform the members about the follow-up actions following the first meeting of
HLWG. Shri Ajay Tyagi informed that the item-wise Action Taken Report has been
circulated to the members along with the agenda papers (Annexure 1). Shri Tyagi
explained the item-wise actions taken. He informed the members the status of responses
received from the concerned State Government and Central Ministries including the
Ministry of Environment and Forests.

With reference to the presentations which are to be made to the HLWG by the relevant
Divisions of the Ministry and the concerned Division of the Planning Commission
handling the Western Ghats Development programme it was decided that both these
presentations would be taken up in the third meeting of the HLWG. It was also decided
that Secretaries of “North-East Council” and “Inter-State Council” would be called for
presentation by the HLWG after the consultation of HLWG with State Governments.

Shri Ajay Tyagi also informed the Working Group that the comments received from the
stakeholders both by post and email have been segregated, and the copies of detailed
comments received from stakeholders covering various sectors have been provided to the
members for their perusal. The HLWG decided that the comments may also categorized
in a sector-wise fashion, and their summary be given to the members of HLWG.

Item 4: Identification and Clustering of work elements for HLWG Report
Item 4.1. Zonation Criteria - (i) Disturbance factor, (ii) Extent of spread of endemic
elements, (iii) Watershed
Item 4.2. Zonation - PA, ESZ1, ESZ2 and ESZ3

The Chairman requested Professor CR Babu to provide his views on the abovementioned
items. Professor Babu opined that there is a need for rationalization of the Report of the
Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel (WGEEP) submitted to the Ministry of
Environment and Forests, Government of India. The following issues were discussed and
elaborated upon:
(i) existence of a gap between the aspirations of conservationists and sustainable
developmental needs of people;
(ii) the zonation methodology is largely based on biodiversity values, with limited
information on a few taxa, lack of clarity on the distribution of endemics, rarity of
species, resilience and relationships of altitude and slope with biodiversity values;
(iii) the methodology has not factored in disturbance regime, watersheds, livelihoods
of people and their socio-economic needs; and
(iv) inadequate focus on the sustainable development approach for natural resource
conservation.

The Chairman also requested Dr. P.S. Roy to present the mapping exercise undertaken by
the ISRO with respect to Western Ghats. Dr. P.S. Roy presented the outputs generated by
ISRO for mapping of endemic species and the cultural landscape.

This was followed by detailed discussion on the zonation criteria and the zonation
methodology. It was felt that the 9 km x 9 km resolution used by the WGEEP is coarse
resolution and has not been able to pick up the cultural landscape. After detailed
deliberations, it was decided that Professor C.R. Babu and Dr. P.S. Roy would prepare a
note on the zonation criteria and zonation methodology after addressing the concerns of
the members which include use of finer resolution of maps, integration of cultural
landscapes including mapping of human settlements and disturbance factors, extent and
spread of endemic elements and watershed boundaries.

This note would also provide detailed requirements for generation of outputs using the
modified zonation criteria and methodology for specific areas in Western Ghats as a pilot
study, for each state one area or an example of applying the methodology. The modified
zonation criteria and methodology would inter alia include mapping of human
settlements and disturbance factors, extent and spread of endemic elements and
watershed boundaries. The note would also provide the methodology for development of
a GIS based decision support system. This note would be prepared within 15 days. The
datasets available with ISRO would be used to implement the methodology. The Group
felt that there should be a focus on the zonation criteria, development features within the
zone and administrative mechanism for the management of ecosensitive zones.

Item 4.3. Institutional Mechanism for monitoring, undertaking carrying capacity
studies and Cumulative Environmental Impact Assessment of development projects

The need for an institutional mechanism for effective monitoring was recognized by the
Working Group. The Chairman requested Dr. P.S. Roy to develop a proposal on
institutional mechanism which would act as a central repository of data, act as a
networking centre and utilize technology to the fullest for undertaking monitoring,
carrying capacity and cumulative environmental impact assessment studies of
development project studies relevant to the Western Ghats.

Item 4.4. Examination of Issues relating to Conservation of natural resources across
Western Ghats- activities, projects referred; (a) Athirappily Hydel Project, (b) Gundia
Hydel Project,(c) Mining, power production and polluting industries in Ratnagiri and
Sindhudurg projects, (d) Mining in Goa
Professor CR Babu summarized the salient issues related to abovementioned projects.
After detailed discussion, it was decided that these issues would be dealt with in greater
detail after consultations with concerned State Governments.

Item 4.5. Centre - State relations with respect to environmental regulations
regulatory authorities and resource utilization.

It was decided that Professor Kanchan Chopra and Ms. Sunita Narain would jointly
develop a concept note on 'Development in the Western Ghats states with a focus on
centre-state relations etc.' in 10 days.

Item 4.6. Recommendations / Guidelines -(i) Sectoral, (ii) Applicable across
Western Ghats

It was decided that the members of HLWG would give their item-wise specific comments
on the sectoral guidelines given in Table 6 of WGEEP report to the Member Convenor.

Item 5. Discussion on proposed Goa Visit on 26
th
– 27
th
September, 2012

It was decided that the trip to Goa may be postponed to a later date, and on the same
dates, HLWG may visit Karnataka i.e. on 26
th
and 27
th
September 2012. Accordingly, it
was felt that an official communication may be sent to Chief Secretary, Government of
Karnataka.

Item 6. Approval of draft note on consultation process with stakeholders, to be
hosted on HLWG’s website, and layout of website

The HLWG considered the draft consultation note and layout of website for HLWG. The
Working Group approved the consultation note laying down the methodology to be
adopted by the Panel for consultation with stakeholders with the suggestion that a line
should be added in the note at the end stating explicitly that all the minutes of the
Working Group would be put on the website of HLWG.
Item 7. Any other item with the permission of the Chair.

It was decided that the next meeting of the HLWG would be held on 8
th
October 2012 in
New Delhi.

The meeting ended with a vote of thanks to and from the Chair.

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ANNEXURE

Meeting of the High Level Working Group (HLWG) held on 18-09-2012

List of Members / Special invitees present:


11. Dr. K. Kasturirangan

In Chair

12. Ms. Sunita Narain, Centre for Science
& Environment
Member

13. Shri Jagdish Kiswan, ADG(WL),
Ministry of Environment

Member


14. Shri J.M. Mauskar, Ex-Special Secretary
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India

Member

15. Prof. C.R. Babu, University of Delhi

Member

16. Prof. P.S.Roy, Ex-Director,
Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehradun

Member

17. Ms. Kanchan Chopra , Former Director
Institute of Economic Growth

Member
18. Shri Ajay Tyagi, Joint Secretary,
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India

Member
Convener

19. Dr. Ranjan Chatterji, Consultant,
Planning Commission

Special
Invitee

20. Dr. Indrani Chandrasekheran , Advisor,
Ministry of Planning Commission

Special
Invitee

MINUTES OF THE THIRD MEETING OF HIGH LEVEL WORKING GROUP
(HLWG) TO STUDY THE PRESERVATION OF THE ECOLOGY,
ENVIRONMENTAL INTEGRITY AND HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE
WESTERN GHATS IN VIEW OF THEIR RICH AND UNIQUE BIODIVERSITY
HELD ON 8.10.12 IN NEW DELHI

List of participants is annexed.

At the outset, Dr. K. Kasturirangan, Chairman of the High Level Working Group
(HLWG) welcomed all the Members of the Group. In the opening remarks, Dr.
Kasturirangan provided an overview on the agenda items listed for the meeting. The
Chairman highlighted the fact that the Working Group needs to move towards taking a
final view on the agenda items listed and link them up to time bound action.
Item 2: Confirmation of the minutes of the 2
nd
meeting of the HLWG
Minutes of the second meeting of HLWG were confirmed after incorporating minor
typographical amendment suggested by Prof Kanchan Chopra wherein the topic of the
concept note under item 4.5 should read as “Development in the Western Ghats states
with a focus on centre-state relations etc.”.

Item 3: Presentations by officials of MoEF and Planning Commission
a) Ecologically Sensitive Zones
In his talk, Dr. G.V. Subrahmanyam, Advisor (RE), Ministry of Environment and Forests
covered (a) definition of ecosensitive zone, (b) purpose of declaring ecosensitive zone,
(c) statutory provisions under which ESZs are notified, (d) the objective of declaring
ESZs, (e) types of proposals received by the Ministry for declaration of ESZs, (f)
ecosensitive zones declared by the Ministry to date, and (g) role and functions of High
Level Monitoring Committees (HLMCs). After the presentation, the following issues
were deliberated upon by the HLWG (i) criteria for adopted by the Ministry for
identifying the ecologically sensitive zones, (ii) role and functioning of HLMCs, (iii) how
does declaration of ESZ impinge upon peoples right in the designated areas, and (iv) list
of activities which are regulated or prohibited in the ESZs as per the Ministry’s
guidelines.
HLWG requested Dr. G.V. Subrahmanyam to provide a note on ecologically Sensitive
Zones covering the following aspects - the chronological sequence of the ESZs notified
till date, functioning of HLMCs, adequacy of institutional mechanism for administering
ESZs, and guidelines developed by the Wildlife Division for ESZs around Protected
Areas.

b) Ecotourism, buffer zones and World Heritage Sites
Dr. S.K. Khanduri, Inspector General (Wildlife), Ministry of Environment and Forests
covered ecotourism guidelines prepared by the National Tiger Conservation Authority
and the recent Supreme Court directions in the matter. He highlighted the fact that the
WGEEP has adopted these ecotourism guidelines in ESZs in Western Ghats. Dr.
Khanduri also covered the concept of buffer zone as per the section 38 V (3) of the
Wildlife Protection Act. Dr. Khanduri elaborated on the declaration of ESZs around
Protected Areas as per the National Board for Wildlife Resolution of 2002 and the
subsequent Supreme Court directions. He also provided an overview of the recognition of
some of the sites of Western Ghats as World Heritage Sites.

After the presentation, the Working Group deliberated on the following issues (i) World
Heritage Sites in Western Ghats vis-a-vis ESZ 1 areas demarcated by WGEEP, (ii)
rationale for selecting certain sites of Western Ghats for designation as World Heritage
Sites, (iii) India’s international commitment with respect to World Heritage Sites in
Western Ghats.

HLWG requested Dr. S.K. Khanduri to provide a background note on World Heritage
Sites along with dossier submitted to the UNESCO on the subject. He was requested to
provide the information regarding the percentage of Western Ghats area covered by the
World Heritage sites and Protected Areas. He was also requested to provide the present
status of declaration of ESZs around Protected Areas and the recent CEC guidelines in
the matter which have been submitted to the Supreme Court.

c) Scheme on Western Ghats Development Program (WGDP)
Dr. B.D. Virdi, Advisor, Planning Commission provided an overview to the Hill Areas
Development Programme (HADP) and Western Ghats Development programme
(WGDP) covering the inter alia background, allocation of special central assistance,
difference between HADP and WGDP, states covered under HADP and WGDP,
Allocations to WGDP from Vth to XIth plan, and major activities covered under WGDP.
After the presentation the following issues were discussed in detail (i) nature of
assistance provided under the programme, (ii) type of activities supported under the
programme, (iii) what the kind of development adopted in Western Ghats?, and (iv) how
to incentivize such development activities?

d) Environmental Impact Assessment
Dr. B. B. Burman, Director (Impact Assessment – River valley projects), Ministry of
Environment and Forests, provided an overview of the impact assessment process and
procedures. Dr. Burman explained the various steps involved in the Environmental
Impact assessment studies. He also provided detailed information on an example of
cumulative impact assessment study supported by the Ministry in the North east region of
the country.

The Working Group specifically sought the chronology of events with respect to the
Athirappily hydro-power project in Kerala and Gundia Hydroelectric Power Project in
Karnataka and the details of court cases, if any, from the IA Division of the Ministry.

e) Climate change and Western Ghats
Dr. Sathpathy, Director (Climate Change), Ministry of Environment and Forests, gave a
presentation on Effects and Challenges of Climate Change in the Ecologically Significant
Western Ghats”. Dr. Sathpathy provided the climate projections for 2030 in the Western
Ghats region and its impacts on agriculture, forests, human health, water resources. He
elaborated upon the 4x4 assessment undertaken by the Ministry dealing with different
sectors and 4 important regions of the country which includes Western Ghats. Dr
Sathpathy also provided an overview to the policy framework to address climate change
concerns and listed out the challenges which need to be addressed with respect to climate
change. The Working Group deliberated upon potential impacts of the projected climate
change scenarios. The Working Group requested Dr. Sathpathy to provide a note climate
change adaptation action and the state action plans with specific reference to Western
Ghats.

Item 4: Progress made on the minutes of the 2
nd
Meetings and Action taken

The Chairman, requested Shri Ajay Tyagi, Joint Secretary and Member Convenor,
HLWG to inform the members about the follow-up actions following the second meeting
of HLWG. Shri Ajay Tyagi informed the members that the item-wise Action Taken
Report has been circulated along with the agenda papers (Annexure 1).

Item 5. Work plan to generate Geospatial data to support High Level
Working Group on Western Ghats

As a follow up to the discussions in the 2
nd
meeting of HLWG, Dr. PS Roy prepared a
detailed proposal to generate Geospatial data to support High Level Working Group on
Western Ghats with inputs from Prof C.R. Babu. The proposal was circulated to all the
members in advance. The proposal relates to landscape level characterizations of existing
land use /land cover, biodiversity characterization at landscape level for Disturbance,
endemicity and watershed to provide supporting information to HLWG. It will also
overlay cultural and natural landscape on ESZ1, ESZ2 and ESZ3. The data requirements,
expected outputs, timelines, facilities and budgetary support.

Dr. PS Roy presented the proposal for generation of fine resolution GIS maps for the
HLWG. After detailed deliberations the Working Group finalized the expected outcomes
from the generation of GIS maps (i) potential sites which could be recommended as
ESZs, (ii) differences between the WGEEP maps and maps generated for the study, and
(iii) methodology for future planning. It was decided that Dr. PS Roy would be able to
show interim results in one month time, while the complete outputs could be made
available in two months time period.

The HLWG decided that keeping in view the nature and scope of work the National
Remote Sensing Centre, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) would be the most
appropriate institution to undertake geospatial analysis of Western Ghats region. As
ISRO has agreed to partner with the HLWG in this very important endeavour, the
Ministry would write to Director, NRSC in this regard. It was also decided that the
Ministry would write to all concerned Government
Departments/Organizations/Institutions/Agencies and individuals requesting them to
provide relevant geospatial data to HLWG for analysis.

It was also decided that a team comprising of Dr. PS Roy, Prof CR Babu and Dr. Indrani
Chandrasekharan would visit NRSC to have discussion on the proposal with their
scientists and to initiate the project work. Further, it was also decided that the data
requirements as mentioned by Prof Kanchan Chopra in her note would also be generated
under this study. The Working Group also enquired from Dr. PS Roy about the financial
implications of undertaking such a study, it was informed that the cost of the study would
be limited to the air travel expenditure of the team members as the geospatial data is
available with ISRO/Government agencies. The Working Group recommended that the
expenditure for the study be supported by the MoEF.

Item 6: Institutional Mechanism for monitoring, undertaking carrying capacity
studies and Cumulative Environmental Impact Assessment of development
projects – Centre for Environmental Policies, Research and Advisories for
Western Ghats
As a follow up to the discussions in the 2
nd
meeting of HLWG, Dr. PS Roy prepared a
detailed note on the concept of a Centre for Environmental Policies, Research and
Advisories for Western Ghats which was circulated to the members of the HLWG. Dr.
Roy gave presentation of the proposed Centre. He mentioned that the proposed Centre
provided a framework for systematic utilization of the existing data and knowledge for
preparation of policies to conserve rich biodiversity in the Western Ghats. He elaborated
upon the main objectives of the Centre, the data and services providers, the network of
scientific institutions which could be associated with the Centre, the methodology for
field data collection and development of spatial decision support system.

The Working Group discussed the various options for providing an appropriate
institutional mechanism for such a Centre. It was felt that this Centre could be supported
under the Western Ghats Development Programme of the Planning Commission as it
would be dealing with cross-cutting issues across different Central Ministries and
different State Governments.

Item 7. Centre - State relations and environmental regulations, regulatory
authorities and resource utilization - Prof. Kanchan Chopra and Dr Sunita Narain
As a follow up to the discussions in the 2
nd
meeting of HLWG, Prof. Kanchan Chopra
prepared a detailed note on “Development in Western Ghats States: Nuanced, Inclusive
and Sustainable”. Prof Kanchan Chopra provided an overview of different development
scenarios for Western Ghats which were nuanced to address the needs of the local people
while conserving the ecological uniqueness of ESZs in Western Ghats. Prof Chopra
highlighted the issues related to environmental governance, decision making procedure
and the deliberative process which may be adopted in the Western Ghats. She also
highlighted the data requirements for analyzing different development scenarios in the
Western Ghats. She mentioned that the relevant data may be collected as part of the
consolidated project for generation of geospatial data for the Working Group.

The Working Group deliberated at length on the type of development which should be
undertaken in the Western Ghats region. The Working group also discussed the relvance
of nuanced approach to development in ESZ areas of Western Ghats.

Item 8. Comments received from States- Maharastra, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat
Item 9. Comments received from Central Ministries/ Departments (Land Resources,
Tourism, Agriculture and Cooperation, Power, Commerce, Railways)
Item 10. Reflections on WGEEP report- Vijnana Bharathi , Maharatta Chamber of
Commerce, Codagu Planters Association, Codagu Small Planters Association,
Western Ghats Task Force, Government of Karnataka

Shri Ajay Tyagi, Member Convenor, informed the members of HLWG that hard copies
of the comments have been provided to each member for their perusal as part of Agenda
papers. The members said that they would go through the comments and deliberate on the
same at appropriate stage, if required.

Item 11. Review of comments received on the WGEEP report and action taken
Shri Ajay Tyagi, Member Convenor, informed the Working Group that summary of
stakeholder comments on WGEEP report has been given to all members HLWG for their
perusal. The members said that they would go through the comments and deliberate on
the same at appropriate stage, if required.

Item 12 & 13. Comments on the Recommendations/Guidelines of the WGEEP (i)
Sectoral and (ii) Applicable across Western Ghats and Responses of the Members to
the decisions taken during the 2
nd
meeting
As a follow up to the discussions in the 2
nd
meeting of HLWG, Prof Babu provided
detailed inputs on the sectoral guidelines. Prof Babu categorized the sectoral guidelines
given by WGEEP into recommendations which could be accepted with little or no
modifications and recommendations which need substantial modifications.
Further, in continuation of the deliberations of the 2
nd
meeting of HLWG, Prof CR Babu
also provided a further note giving detailed analysis of the zonation methodology adopted
by the WGEEP. Prof Babu also provided a note on the Western Ghats boundary adopted
by WGEEP report. Prof provided an overview of the different definitions of Western
Ghats including those adopted by Western Ghats Development programme (WGDP),
WGEEP and geological definition of the area.
Shri JM Mauskar also provided detailed comments on the WGEEP report covering inter
alia the following issues - boundary of Western Ghats, criteria used to arrive at
ecological sensitivity, grid size, recommendations on hydropower and industry sector and
Western Ghats Authority.
The Working Group deliberated at length on various issues highlighted above.
Item 14 Any other matter with the permission of the Chair

Shri Ajay Tyagi informed the members of HLWG about status of the cases pending with
respect to the Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel report in the National Green Tribunal
and the Bombay High Court.

Shri Ajay Tyagi also mentioned that as the two month tenure of the Working Group
would expire on 16
th
October 2012, a view may have to be taken by the HLWG in this
regard. The members of HLWG reviewed the progress of work and the further tasks left
out. Keeping in view, the wide scope work assigned to the Working Group including
holding official consultations with State governments/Central Ministries and
Stakeholders, it was decided by the Working Group that an extension of 4 months may be
sought from the Ministry to meaningfully address the ToRs given to the Group.

It was also decided that Dr. K. Kasturirangan, Chairman, HLWG would write a detailed
letter to the Hon’ble MEF apprising Hon’ble MEF on the activities undertaken by the
HLWG with a request to extend the tenure of the HLWG by 4 months.

The Working Group also decided that Dr. Indrani Chandrasekharan and Ms. Sunita
Narain would prepare a draft structure of the HLWG report and circulate to members for
their comments/suggestions.

The meeting ended with a vote of thanks to and from the Chair.

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ANNEXURE

Meeting of the High Level Working Group (HLWG) held on 8-10-2012

List of Members / Special invitees present:

21. Dr. K. Kasturirangan In Chair
22. Ms. Sunita Narain, Centre for Science
& Environment
Member
23. Shri Jagdish Kiswan, ADG(WL),
Ministry of Environment
Member

24. Shri J.M. Mauskar, Ex-Special Secretary
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member

25. Prof. C.R. Babu, University of Delhi Member
26. Shri Darshan Shankar, Chairman, Indian Institute of
Ayurveda Research
Member
27. Prof. P.S.Roy, Ex-Director,
Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehradun
Member

28. Ms. Kanchan Chopra , Former Director
Institute of Economic Growth
Member
29. Shri Ajay Tyagi, Joint Secretary,
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member
Convener

30. Dr. Indrani Chandrasekheran , Advisor,
Ministry of Planning Commission
Special
Invitee
31. Dr. G.V. Subrahmanyam, Advisor, Ministry of
Environment and Forests
Special
Invitee
32. Dr. B.D. Virdi, Advisor, Planning Commission Special
Invitee
33. Dr. S.K. Khanduri, IG (WL), Ministry of
Environment and Forests
Special
Invitee
34. Dr. Indu Patnaik, Joint Advisor, Planning
Commission
Special
Invitee
35. Dr. S.C. Garkoti, Director, Ministry of Environment
and Forests
Special
Invitee
36. Dr. S. Sathpathy, Director, Ministry of Environment
and Forests
Special
Invitee
37. Dr. B.B. Burman, Director, Ministry of
Environment and Forests
Special
Invitee
38. Dr. Sonu Singh, Deputy Director, Ministry of
Environment and Forests
Special
Invitee
39. Dr. P.V. Subba Rao, Sc ‘B’ Special
Invitee

MINUTES OF THE FOURTH MEETING OF HIGH LEVEL WORKING GROUP
(HLWG) TO STUDY THE PRESERVATION OF THE ECOLOGY,
ENVIRONMENTAL INTEGRITY AND HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE
WESTERN GHATS IN VIEW OF THEIR RICH AND UNIQUE BIODIVERSITY
HELD ON 20.11.12 IN MUMBAI


List of participants is annexed. Leave of absence was given to Prof Kanchan Chopra,
who could not attend the meeting on account of other pressing engagements.

At the outset, Dr. K. Kasturirangan, Chairman, High Level Working Group (HLWG)
welcomed all Members of the Group. In the opening remarks, Dr. Kasturirangan
mentioned about the in depth discussion with the State Government of Maharashtra on
the Western Ghats Ecology Expert panel Report. The Chairman also mentioned that the
Working Group needs to move towards finalization of the report in a time bound manner.
Item 1: Confirmation of the minutes of the 3
rd
meeting of the HLWG

Minutes of the third meeting of HLWG were confirmed.

Item 2: Action Taken Report on the minutes of the 3
rd
meeting.

Shri Ajay Tyagi informed the Working Group that the item-wise Actions Taken Report
has been circulated to the members along with the agenda papers (Annexure 1).

Item 3: Discussion on the geospatial analysis carried out at NRSC, Hyderabad by
Dr. PS Roy, Prof CR Babu and Dr. Indrani Chadrasekharan and finalization of
criteria for demarcation of Western Ghats area and ecologically sensitive areas

It was informed to the Working Group that the report on the visit of the team to NRSC,
Hyderabad has already been circulated to the members. This was followed by a detailed
presentation by Dr. PS Roy on geospatial analysis carried out at NRSC, Hyderabad
(Annexure 2). In his presentation Dr. Roy explained the new methodology developed for
identification and demarcation of ecologically sensitive areas in the Western Ghats. He
also elaborated upon the variables used for identification and demarcation of ecologically
sensitive areas which included forest fragmentation, biodiversity richness, watershed
boundaries, and human population density. Dr Roy informed the Working Group that a
pilot study for identification for ecologically sensitive areas using the new methodology
was carried out for the following three districts in Western Ghats viz. (i) Uttara Kannada
District, Karnataka, (ii) Idduki District, Kerala and Ratnagiri District, Maharastra.

The Working Group scrutinized in detail the outputs generated from the pilot study. After
detailed discussion the Working Group approved the criteria used for demarcation of
ecologically sensitive areas. It was also decided that information on existing wildlife
corridors would also be incorporated in the demarcation of ecologically sensitive areas so
that the issue of habitat continuity may also be addressed. Accordingly, Dr. PS Roy, Prof
CR Babu and Dr. Indrani Chadrasekharan would visit Wildlife Institute of India,
Dehradun to incorporate the information of Wildlife Corridors in the current geospatial
analysis. It was decided that as part of the geospatial analysis a sensitivity analysis would
be carried out with respect to the size of the grid used for mapping.

Prof CR Babu informed the Working Group about the progress in demarcation of the
Western Ghats boundary. The Working Group decided that a meeting be convened under
the Chairmanship of Dr. Kasturirangan ,wherein, Dr. Valdiya, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre
for Advanced Scientific Research, and Director, NRSC and other identified experts may
be called to finalize the definition of Western Ghats. It was also suggested that a tabular
chart may be prepared for the existing definitions adopted for the Western Ghats so that a
logical decision could be arrived at.

Item 4. Comments on the draft structure of the HLWG report suggested by Dr.
Indrani Chandrasekharan

The draft structure of the report prepared by Dr. Indrani Chandrasekharan is given at
Annexure 3. Dr Sunita Narain presented the draft structure of the report. Various sections
which could be included in the report were deliberated upon. It was suggested that a
section on the working of the HLWG and the activities undertaken could also be
included. The modified proposed draft structure is given at Annexure 4. The Working
Group resolved that a draft structure of the report should be made ready latest by 15
th

January 2013 so that the final report can be made ready within the stipulated time.
Item 5. Reflections on the interaction with State Government of Maharashtra

The members expressed satisfaction on the interaction with the Government of
Maharashtra. The summary record of the discussion is given at Annexure 5. The concerns
of the Government of Maharashtra regarding the WGEEP report were noted including
those regarding the current moratorium on Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg Districts. It was felt
that the follow up suggestions given by Chairman, HLWG to Government of
Maharashtra for identifying a nodal person to interact with HLWG and to constitute a
Committee of Secretaries to provide views of the State Government on the specific issues
raised by the HLWG be done expeditiously.

Item 6. Way forward for consultations with concerned State government of Western
Ghats region and further stakeholder consultations

The Working Group discussed the plan for holding consultations with the State
Governments. It was felt that keeping in view the tenure of the Working Group the State
visits of the Working Group may be completed by mid January 2013. It was also decided
by the Working Group that selected Stakeholders may be called for interaction with the
Working group as per the methodology put up on the website of the Working Group. It
was decided that Dr. Indrani chandrsekharan and Shri Ajay Tyagi would draft the time
table for consultations of HLWG, discuss with the members of the HLWG and finalize
the same.

Item 7. Proposed meetings with the Inter State Council Secretariat and North
Eastern Council; Way forward in firming views on the proposed Centre for
Environmental Policies
It was felt by the Working Group that meetings with the Inter State Council Secretariat
and North Eastern Council would be done after the interactions with the State
Governments are completed. It was decided that Dr. Indrani chandrsekharan and Shri
Ajay Tyagi would finalize an appropriate date for meeting with Inter State Council
Secretariat and North Eastern Council as per the approved time table for consultation of
HLWG.

The meeting ended with a vote of thanks to and from the Chair.
*******
ANNEXURE

Meeting of the High Level Working Group (HLWG) held on 20-11-2012

List of Members / Special invitees present:

40. Dr. K. Kasturirangan In Chair
41. Dr. Sunita Narain, Centre for Science
& Environment
Member
42. Shri Jagdish Kiswan, ADG(WL),
Ministry of Environment
Member

43. Shri J.M. Mauskar, Ex-Special Secretary
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member

44. Prof. C.R. Babu, University of Delhi Member
45. Shri Darshan Shankar, Chairman, Indian Institute of
Ayurveda Research
Member
46. Prof. P.S.Roy, Ex-Director,
Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehradun
Member

47. Shri Ajay Tyagi, Joint Secretary,
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member
Convener

48. Dr. Indrani Chandrasekheran , Advisor,
Ministry of Planning Commission
Special
Invitee

MINUTES OF THE FIFTH MEETING OF HIGH LEVEL WORKING GROUP
(HLWG) TO STUDY THE PRESERVATION OF THE ECOLOGY,
ENVIRONMENTAL INTEGRITY AND HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE
WESTERN GHATS IN VIEW OF THEIR RICH AND UNIQUE BIODIVERSITY
HELD ON 11.2.13 IN GOA


List of participants is annexed. Leave of absence was given to Prof Kanchan Chopra and
Dr. Darshan Shankar who could not attend the meeting on account of other pressing
engagements.

At the outset, Dr. K. Kasturirangan, Chairman, High Level Working Group (HLWG)
welcomed all Members of the Group. Dr. Kasturirangan briefed the HLWG about his
meeting with Hon’ble Chief Minister of Goa. The Chairman mentioned that it was a very
useful meeting. Some of the major reservations expressed by the CM were that (i)
WGEEP report is biased towards biodiversity preservation, (ii) common man’s issues and
the economic impact of recommendations on a small state like Goa have been completely
ignored in the report, (iii) the recommendation relating to setting up of Western Ghats
Ecology Authority in WGEEP report has serious impact on the state autonomy and
federal structure of the country, and (iv) implementation of WGEEP report would lead to
chaotic situation in the state of Goa. CM also highlighted the rich legacy of
environmental protection in Goa.

Item 1: Confirmation of the minutes of the 4
th
meeting of the HLWG
Minutes of the fourth meeting of HLWG were confirmed.

Item 2: Action Taken Report on the minutes of the 4
th
meeting.
Shri Ajay Tyagi, Member Convenor, HLWG informed about the actions taken since the
last meeting of the Working Group.

Item 3: Geospatial analysis of Western Ghats carried out at NRSC, Hyderabad for
identification of ecologically sensitive zones

Dr. CS Jha, Group Head, Forestry and Ecology Group, National Remote Sensing Centre,
Hyderabad, gave a presentation on the geospatial analysis for identification of
ecologically sensitive zones in Western Ghats. Dr. Jha explained the methodology used
for the geospatial analysis for identification of ecosensitive zones. Based upon the
discussions, the HLWG decided that elephant and tiger corridors would be mapped as
potential ESZ and the concerned State Governments may take a final view on the matter
to include the corridors as part of ESZ or not. Further, the change in forest cover of
Western Ghats states would be calculated by NRSC based upon two cycles of forest
mapping done by Forest Survey of India after 2005. The relative change in forest cover
would provide an indication to any significant impact of data acquisition date on
geospatial analysis. The Working Group also finalized and approved the procedure for
demarcation of the ecologically sensitive zones in Western Ghats.

The Working Group deliberated in detail the issue of delineation and demarcation of
Western Ghats boundary.

HLWG observed that till date there is no accurate and acceptable definition of the
Western Ghat boundary. Hence, there is no consensus on what constitutes the Western
Ghats. The problem is further compounded by the fact that there are a number of eastern
and western spurs, which originate from the main mountain chain thus making it difficult
to arrive at a precise boundary.
As the natural boundaries of a landform generally arise out of its geology and
geomorphology, the Working Group noted the outcome of the brainstorming organized
by the Working Group on 17
th
December 2012 at NRSC, Hyderabad, wherein experts in
Geomorphology, Geology, Ecology and representatives of some Western Ghats States
were invited to deliberate upon the methods/approaches available for demarcating
Western Ghats. The experts at the brainstorming session concluded that given the
heterogeneous geological origin and geomorphology of Western Ghats it would be
practically difficult to accurately and precisely demarcate Western Ghats boundary on the
basis of geology and geomorphology alone.
Further, to get the perspective of the State Governments of the Western Ghats region, the
High Level Working Group had requested the State Governments to share with the
HLWG any exercise done by them to demarcate Western Ghats region in their respective
jurisdiction. The HLWG noted that no information has been received except from the
State Government of Karnataka. The Karnataka Forest Department had used (i) forest
and land use pattern, (ii) rainfall and (iii) elevation as variables to define the Western
Ghats in Karnataka. The Group felt that the Karnataka methodology is very specific to
the State and the criteria adopted may not apply to the other States.
Further, HLWG also noted that Planning Commission had constituted a Technical
Committee under the Chairmanship of Surveyor General of India (1978) to delineate the
Western Ghat region. This Committee debated the technical criteria (forest/land use
pattern, elevation, rainfall pattern, geology and physiography) to delineate the Western
Ghat region. They were unable to reach a conclusion on the demarcation of the Western
Ghat scientifically.
The High Level Working Group also noted that the Planning Commission initiated the
Western Ghat Development Programme (WGDP) way back in May, 1972, wherein,
taluks with at least 20% of their area at an altitude of 600 meters or above were included
in the Western Ghat Development Program for special assistance. The Planning
Commission has been using 175 taluks delineated and assigned by the States to support
the developmental activities in Western Ghats region of the 5 States viz., Maharashtra,
Karnataka, Kerala, Tamilnadu and Goa.

HLWG also noted that various organization/agencies/committees have tried to define the
boundaries of Western Ghats in case specific manner keeping in view specific objectives
for the programmes under which the exercize was carried out .

Based upon the existing body of knowledge, data availability and constraints of time
HLWG was of the opinion that it would be practically not feasible to undertake accurate
and precise demarcation of Western Ghats. However the Working Group felt that to
provide a proper perspective to the ESZ delimitation exercise in the Western Ghats, it
would need to broadly indicate the Western Ghats region.
In the view of the above the Working Group decided to use the Planning Commission
definition of Western Ghats with the addition of 7 talukas of Gujarat below Tapti river
divide as an option to define the Western Ghats region. The 7 talukas of Gujarat below
the Tapti River divide were added as it is known that Western Ghats start below the Tapti
river. However, this broad agreement should be subject to the caveat that it is only an
indicative assessment of the Western Ghat region and may not be used by any
agency/Government for any development activities and/or regulatory prescriptions.
Item 4: Responses from various State Governments

At the outset the Group expressed its satisfaction at the delegation level meetings held
with the State Government of Kerala, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Goa. The Working
Group also took stock of the responses received from the State Governments of the
Western Ghats region. It was noted that Government of Kerala and Maharashtra have
provided a response to the questionnaire sent by the HLWG. It was decided by the
Working Group that the Ministry would send reminder to the Government of Karnataka
for expediting their response as also a reminder to Government of Kerala to provide
additional inputs as decided in the NRSC meeting held on 4
th
and 5
th
February 2013.
Similarly, A request may also be sent to Government of Goa to send their response in
writing within one week. The Working Group also decided that the Chairman, HLWG
would write to the Chief Ministers of Tamil Nadu and Gujarat for seeking their
intervention so as to expedite the comments from their States.

Item 5: Field Visits and delegation level meetings with the State Government of
Tamil Nadu and Gujarat

The Working group noted that meetings with the Government of Tamil Nadu and Gujarat
are still to be undertaken and field visits to Idukki and Wayanad also need to be done.
Working Group decided that visit to Idukki and Wayanad could be taken up after the
meetings with the State Governments of Tamil Nadu and Gujarat.

Item 6: Responses from the Central Ministries
The Working Group noted that formal responses have yet to be received from the
Ministry of Water Resources and Ministry of Mines. It was decided that the Chairman,
HLWG would write to the Union Ministers for their kind intervention in expediting
comments from their respective Ministries.

Item 7: Meeting with the Interstate council secretariat
It was felt by HLWG that as it was interacting with each State of the Western Ghats
region separately and understanding their views/concerns as such there is no specific
need for a separate interaction with the interstate council.

Item 8: Status of court cases
The Working Group was informed about the status of various court cases pending in
Bombay High Court and National Green Tribunal.

Item 9: Implication of World Heritage Site status with particular reference to
Western Ghats
Working Group decided that IG (WL) MoEF may be requested to provide a note on the
general and specific commitments of India with reference to the World Heritage site
status.

Item 10: Climate Change and Western Ghats
It was decided that Dr. S.K. Sharma, Advisor, (CC), MoEF may be requested to provide
a note detailing the impact of climate change on Western Ghats region.

Item 11: Referred projects/issues to WGEEP – Athirappily hydropower project,
Gundia Hydropower project, Mining in Goa, development projects and mining in
Ratnagiri and Sindhurug Districts

The Working Group assessed the inputs received from the State Governments as also
other stakeholders with respect to projects/issues referred to WGEEP. The Working
Group felt that inputs/data provided by the State Governments and other stakeholders
needs to be further analyzed.

Item 12: Deadline for submission of final report of HLWG
The members reviewed the progress of work and the future course of action to address
the terms of reference given to the Group. The Working Group noted the following: (i)
consultation with the State Governments of Tamil Nadu and Gujarat are yet to be done,
(iii) all political parties of Kerala have sought time to provide their detailed inputs to
HLWG, (iii) Chief Minister of Kerala has also requested that the Working Group visit
Idukki and Wayanad districts, (iv) inputs still have to be received from Ministry of Water
resources and Ministry of Mines. Keeping in view the reasons stated above, the Working
Group resolved that to meaningfully finalize the report, the Ministry may be requested to
extend of tenure of HLWG beyond 16
th
February 2013 upto 31
st
March 2013.
The meeting ended with a vote of thanks to and from the Chair.
*******
ANNEXURE

Meeting of the High Level Working Group (HLWG) held on 11.2.2013

List of Members / Special invitees present:

1 Dr. K. Kasturirangan In Chair
2 Shri J.M. Mauskar, Ex-Special Secretary
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Member

Government of India
3 Dr. Sunita Narain, Centre for Science
& Environment
Member
4 Shri Jagdish Kiswan, ADG(WL),
Ministry of Environment
Member

5 Prof. C.R. Babu, University of Delhi Member
6 Prof. P.S.Roy, Ex-Director,
Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehradun
Member

7 Shri Ajay Tyagi, Joint Secretary,
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member
Convener

8 Dr. Indrani Chandrasekheran , Advisor,
Ministry of Planning Commission
Special
Invitee


MINUTES OF THE SIXTH MEETING OF HIGH LEVEL WORKING GROUP
(HLWG) TO STUDY THE PRESERVATION OF THE ECOLOGY,
ENVIRONMENTAL INTEGRITY AND HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE
WESTERN GHATS IN VIEW OF THEIR RICH AND UNIQUE BIODIVERSITY
HELD ON 2
nd
AND 3
rd
MARCH 2013 IN NEW DELHI


2
nd
March 2013

List of participants is annexed.

At the outset, Dr. K. Kasturirangan, Chairman, High Level Working Group (HLWG)
welcomed all Members of the Group and initiated the proceedings of the meeting as per
the Agenda.

Item 1: Confirmation of the minutes of the 5
th
meeting of the HLWG
Minutes of the fifth meeting of HLWG were confirmed.

Item 2: Presentation on Geospatial analysis of Western Ghats carried out at NRSC,
Hyderabad for identification of ecologically sensitive zones

Dr. CS Jha, Group Head, Forestry and Ecology Group, National Remote Sensing Centre,
Hyderabad, gave a presentation on the geospatial analysis for identification of
ecologically sensitive zones in Western Ghats.

The following decisions were taken by the HLWG after the presentation:
(i) Only one ecologically sensitive zone would be identified in the Western Ghats region,

(ii) the data sources used in the geospatial analysis would be recorded explicitly along
with their year of generation, terminologies used in the geospatial analysis would be
explicitly defined, and latest available dataset for talukas with NIC and village dataset
available with Survey of India would be used for the geospatial analyses,

(iii) The Western Ghats region as identified by HLWG would include 175 talukas from
the Western Ghats Development Programme of Planning Commission, 7 talukas of
Gujarat below Tapti river and 6 talukas of Nilgiri district covered under Hill Area
Development Programme

Item 3: Presentation by Dr. CD Thatte, Ex-Secretary, Ministry of Water Resources,
Government of India

Dr. CD Thatte presented his appraisal of the Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel report.
He mentioned that water sector has been condemned in the report. Further, he added that
the WGEEP report contains sweeping recommendations such as decommissioning of
dams and no interbasin water transfer, without undertaking any proper analysis on these
aspects. He also mentioned that WGEEP did not consult any experts from water sector.
Dr. Thatte pointed out Western Ghats cannot be viewed in isolation in terms of water
resources because east flowing rivers originating from the Ghats support the major part of
peninsular India. He highlighted the importance of interbasin water transfer and hydel
power as a source of clean energy. He also criticized the arbitrary recommendation of
WGEEP with respect to the decommissioning of dams. Finally, Dr. Thatte said that to
achieve sustainability with respect to water resources sector a rationale mix of top-down
and bottom-up approaches would be required.

3
rd
March 2013

Item 5: Discussion on draft HLWG report

The Working Group discussed in detail the draft HLWG report. The Working Group also
analyzed and scrutinized the geospatial analysis using GIS platform.

It was decided that (i) inputs from Advisor (Water), Planning Commission would be
taken with respect to water sector, (ii) inputs would also be taken from Dr. Nalini Bhat,
Advisor, MoEF. The Working Group also decided that in case of the proposed
Athirappily and Gundia Hydroelectric Power projects an analytical note would be
developed.

The meeting ended with a vote of thanks to and from the Chair.
*******

ANNEXURE

Meeting of the High Level Working Group (HLWG) held on 2
nd
and 3
rd
March 2013

List of Members / Special invitees present:

1 Dr. K. Kasturirangan In Chair
2 Shri J.M. Mauskar, Ex-Special Secretary
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member

3 Dr. Sunita Narain, Centre for Science
& Environment
Member
4 Shri Jagdish Kiswan, ADG(WL),
Ministry of Environment
Member

5 Prof. C.R. Babu, University of Delhi Member
6 Prof. P.S.Roy, Ex-Director,
Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehradun
Member

7. Prof Kanchan Chopra
Ex-Director, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi
Member

8 Shri Darshan Shankar
Chairman, Institute of Ayurveda and Integrative
Medicine, Bangalore
Member

9 Shri Ajay Tyagi, Joint Secretary,
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member
Convener

10 Dr. Indrani Chandrasekheran , Advisor,
Ministry of Planning Commission
Special
Invitee


MINUTES OF THE SEVENTH MEETING OF HIGH LEVEL WORKING
GROUP (HLWG) TO STUDY THE PRESERVATION OF THE ECOLOGY,
ENVIRONMENTAL INTEGRITY AND HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE
WESTERN GHATS IN VIEW OF THEIR RICH AND UNIQUE BIODIVERSITY
HELD ON 13
th
MARCH 2013 IN NEW DELHI


List of participants is annexed.

At the outset, Dr. K. Kasturirangan, Chairman, High Level Working Group (HLWG)
welcomed all Members of the Group and initiated the proceedings of the meeting as per
the Agenda.

Item 1: Confirmation of the minutes of the 6
th
meeting of the HLWG
Minutes of the sixth meeting of HLWG were confirmed.

Item 2: Discussion on draft HLWG report

The various proposed chapters of the draft report were tabled for discussion. A brief
summary of the major discussions is given below.

Prof Babu and Dr. PS Roy gave a brief presentation on the contents of the chapters
dealing with the Western Ghats boundary and demarcation ecologically sensitive areas.
This was followed by detailed discussion on these chapters. The members also sought
explanations on various aspects of the ESA demarcation exercise. It was suggested that
the methodology adopted by HLWG for demarcation of Western Ghats and delineation of
Ecologically Sensitive Areas would be subjected to peer-review by 2-3 experts. The
chapter dealing Decision Support and Monitoring Centre for Western Ghats was also
discussed. The issues relating to proposed Athirappily and Gundia Hydropower projects
as also Moratorium in Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg districts and Mining in Goa were
discussed in detail.

The meeting ended with a vote of thanks to and from the Chair.
*******

ANNEXURE

Meeting of the High Level Working Group (HLWG) held on 13
th
March 2013

List of Members / Special invitees present:

1 Dr. K. Kasturirangan In Chair
2 Shri J.M. Mauskar, Ex-Special Secretary
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member

3 Dr. Sunita Narain, Centre for Science
& Environment
Member
4 Prof. C.R. Babu, University of Delhi Member
5 Prof. P.S.Roy, Ex-Director,
Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehradun
Member

6. Prof Kanchan Chopra
Ex-Director, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi
Member

7 Shri Darshan Shankar
Chairman, Institute of Ayurveda and Integrative
Medicine, Bangalore
Member

8 Shri Ajay Tyagi, Joint Secretary,
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member
Convener

9 Dr. Indrani Chandrasekheran , Advisor,
Ministry of Planning Commission
Special
Invitee



MINUTES OF THE EIGTH MEETING OF HIGH LEVEL WORKING GROUP
(HLWG) TO STUDY THE PRESERVATION OF THE ECOLOGY,
ENVIRONMENTAL INTEGRITY AND HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE
WESTERN GHATS IN VIEW OF THEIR RICH AND UNIQUE BIODIVERSITY
HELD ON 19
th
MARCH 2013 IN NEW DELHI


List of participants is annexed.

At the outset, Dr. K. Kasturirangan, Chairman, High Level Working Group (HLWG)
welcomed all Members of the Group and initiated the proceedings of the meeting as per
the Agenda.

Item 1: Confirmation of the minutes of the 7
th
meeting of the HLWG
Minutes of the seventh meeting of HLWG were confirmed.

Item 2: Discussion on draft HLWG report
The various proposed chapters of the draft report were tabled for discussion. A brief
summary of the major discussions is given below.

The Working group took up the proposed chapter on paradigm of sustainable and
inclusive growth for discussion. The Working Group deliberated on the salient contents
of the chapter with focus on the possible sectoral development restrictions for the
Ecologically Sensitive Areas demarcated by the HLWG.

The proposed chapter dealing with the evaluation of comments of State
Governments/Central Ministries/and stakeholders was discussed. The Committee was
informed that a large proportion of stakeholders have sent the same comments, with a
common text repeated in them. It was also informed that the comments sent by the
stakeholders have been considered and evaluated.

The Working Group discussed the proposed chapter on climate change. The Committee
felt that the aspects related to the predictability of current models, grid size, adaptation
strategies may be addressed in the chapter. The section on decaration of Woeld Heritage
Sites in Western Ghats was also discussed.
The meeting ended with a vote of thanks to and from the Chair.
*******

ANNEXURE

Meeting of the High Level Working Group (HLWG) held on 19
th
March 2013

List of Members / Special invitees present:

1 Dr. K. Kasturirangan In Chair
2 Shri J.M. Mauskar, Ex-Special Secretary
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member

3 Dr. Sunita Narain, Centre for Science
& Environment
Member
4 Shri Jagdish Kiswan, ADG(WL),
Ministry of Environment
Member

5 Prof. C.R. Babu, University of Delhi Member
6 Prof. P.S.Roy, Ex-Director,
Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehradun
Member

7. Prof Kanchan Chopra
Ex-Director, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi
Member

8 Shri Ajay Tyagi, Joint Secretary,
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member
Convener

9 Dr. Indrani Chandrasekheran , Advisor,
Ministry of Planning Commission
Special
Invitee


MINUTES OF THE NINTH MEETING OF HIGH LEVEL WORKING GROUP
(HLWG) TO STUDY THE PRESERVATION OF THE ECOLOGY,
ENVIRONMENTAL INTEGRITY AND HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE
WESTERN GHATS IN VIEW OF THEIR RICH AND UNIQUE BIODIVERSITY
HELD ON 23
rd
MARCH 2013 IN NEW DELHI


List of participants is annexed.

At the outset, Dr. K. Kasturirangan, Chairman, High Level Working Group (HLWG)
welcomed all Members of the Group and initiated the proceedings of the meeting as per
the Agenda.

Item 1: Confirmation of the minutes of the 8
th
meeting of the HLWG
Minutes of the eighth meeting of HLWG were confirmed.

Item 2: Discussion on draft HLWG report

The various proposed chapters of the draft report were tabled for discussion. A brief
summary of the major discussions is given below.

The chapter on demracation of ecologically sensitive areas was taken up for discussion.
The Committee felt that it is important to have an assessment of the total human
population living in he proposed Ecologically Sensitive Areas (ESA) and non-ESA areas
in Western Ghats region. Accordingly, it was decided that a table providing data on (i)
area, (ii) totl population, (iii) number of villages and (iv) population density in ESA and
on-ESA areas of Western Ghats region would be included in the report. The Committee
also went through the maps and tables which would be included in the report.

The issue of Wildlife Corridors was discussed in detail. The Group felt that the wildlife
corridors present in the proposed ESA may be depicted. Further, the State Governments
may involve local people in firming up their proposals relating to wildlife corridors.

The meeting ended with a vote of thanks to and from the Chair.
*******

ANNEXURE

Meeting of the High Level Working Group (HLWG) held on 23
rd
March 2013

List of Members / Special invitees present:

1 Dr. K. Kasturirangan In Chair
2 Shri J.M. Mauskar, Ex-Special Secretary
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member

3 Dr. Sunita Narain, Centre for Science
& Environment
Member
4 Shri Jagdish Kiswan, ADG(WL),
Ministry of Environment
Member

5 Prof. C.R. Babu, University of Delhi Member
6 Prof. P.S.Roy, Ex-Director,
Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehradun
Member

7. Prof Kanchan Chopra
Ex-Director, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi
Member

8 Shri Ajay Tyagi, Joint Secretary,
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member
Convener

9 Dr. Indrani Chandrasekheran , Advisor,
Ministry of Planning Commission
Special
Invitee


MINUTES OF THE TENTH MEETING OF HIGH LEVEL WORKING GROUP
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ENVIRONMENTAL INTEGRITY AND HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE
WESTERN GHATS IN VIEW OF THEIR RICH AND UNIQUE BIODIVERSITY
HELD ON 5
th
APRIL 2013 IN NEW DELHI


List of participants is annexed.

At the outset, Dr. K. Kasturirangan, Chairman, High Level Working Group (HLWG)
welcomed all Members of the Group and initiated the proceedings of the meeting as per
the Agenda.

Item 1: Confirmation of the minutes of the 9
th
meeting of the HLWG
Minutes of the ninth meeting of HLWG were confirmed.

Item 2: Final Discussion on draft final HLWG report

The various proposed chapters of the draft final report were tabled for discussion. The
chapter on Summary of Recommendations an Action Plan was discussed point-by-point.
The introductory chapter was also discussed. The members also went through the other
chapters of the report.

After detailed deliberations on the contents of the draft final report, the Working Group
members adopted the draft final report of High Level Working Group and authorized the
Chairman to submit the final report to the Ministry.

The meeting ended with a vote of thanks to and from the Chair.
*******

ANNEXURE

Meeting of the High Level Working Group (HLWG) held on 5
th
April 2013

List of Members / Special invitees present:

1 Dr. K. Kasturirangan In Chair
2 Shri J.M. Mauskar, Ex-Special Secretary
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member

3 Dr. Sunita Narain, Centre for Science
& Environment
Member
4 Shri Jagdish Kiswan, ADG(WL),
Ministry of Environment
Member

5 Prof. C.R. Babu, University of Delhi Member
6 Prof. P.S.Roy, Ex-Director,
Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehradun
Member

8 Shri Darshan Shankar
Chairman, Institute of Ayurveda and Integrative
Medicine, Bangalore
Member

9 Shri Ajay Tyagi, Joint Secretary,
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member
Convener

10 Dr. Indrani Chandrasekheran , Advisor,
Ministry of Planning Commission
Special
Invitee



Summary Record of discussions held between the Government of Karnataka and
the High Level Working Group on 11
th
January 2013 at Bangalore
************

At the outset, Principal Secretary (Environment) welcomed Chairman and members of
the High Level Working Group. Principal Secretary (Environment) also welcomed the
Chief Secretary, Chairman and members of Western Ghats Task Force and Senior
Officers of the Government of Karnataka.

Shri R. Sridhar, Principal Secretary (Environment) and Shri Luhtra, Additional PCCF
(HQ) gave a presentation (Annexure I) on the response of Government of Karnataka to
the questionnaire sent by HLWG.

The following were major comments of the Government of Karnataka

State Government had serious objections to the constitution of Western Ghats
Ecology Authority (WGEA). The proposed WGEA as it interferes with the state’s
sphere of authority and would lead to duplication of existing institutional
structures.
Western Ghats boundary delimitation and demarcation of ecologically sensitive
areas in Western Ghats done by WGEEP needs to be improved.
Declaring the entire Western Ghats region as Eco-sensitive as per WGEEP is not
correct, the already developed areas in Western Ghats need separate treatment.
The WGEEP has used taluka as a unit of demarcation which is a big
administrative unit with large area. The better unit which could be to used for
demarcation is at the village level.
Local community consultation needs to be done for demarcating eco-sensitive
zones.
The demarcation of ecologically sensitive zones in Western Ghats should be done
with a holistic perspective taking into account larger interests of the society.
It was pointed out that there needs to be certainty in definition boundaries keeping
in view regulation of activities are proposed in the identified region
It was also pointed out that the process for consultation with the local
communities needs to be developed after careful thought.
The complete ban on agricultural chemicals such as fertilizers, weedicides and
pesticides in one go, may not be possible as the availability of organic manure
may not be adequate for the purpose of this change.
The Government of Karnataka does not agree with the recommendation that Joint
Forest Management (JFM) should be converted Community Forest Management
under Forest Rights Act as JFM has been working very successfully in Karnataka.
The need and status of the proposed Gundia Hydropower project was explained

The details of the sectoral level comments are covered in the presentation given in the
section of State Government comments.

There was also a discussion between the members of the High Level Working Group and
Shri Anant Hegde, Chairman, Western Ghats Task Force and Dr. TV Ramachandra,
Member, Western Ghats Task Force on various issues relating to Western Ghats Ecology
as also the proposed Gundya Hydropower project.

After the presentation Dr. K. Kasturirangan, Member (Science), Planning Commission
and Chairman, High level Working Group (HLWG) opined that the presentation made by
the Government of Karnataka was focused and has been able to succinctly provide the
comments of Government of Karanataka. He said that the HLWG has gained further
insights into specific issues brought out by the State Government as also the reservations
of the State Government on the WGEEP report. Dr Kasturirangan further mentioned that
the HLWG would take cognizance of the issues raised by the Government of Karnataka
while examining the WGEEP report.

The meeting ended with a vote of thanks to and from the Chair.

*********************************************

Brief record of discussion between Dr. K. Kasturirangan, Member,
Planning Commission, and Shri Manohar Parrikar, Chief Minister of
Goa State, on 11.02.2013 at Panjim

After the exchange of usual pleasantries, the Chief Minister initiated
the discussion by stating that the forest cover in Goa State has increased by
about 5-7% during the past few years. The canopy-wise total forest cover
in the state is about 57%. It would be impractical to suggest regulation of
un-organized activities as per recommendations of the WGEEP Report.
The WGEEP Report has not taken into consideration the common man’s
interests. MoEF is at fault for being extra liberal in granting environment
clearances to the mining projects to the State in the past. The courts are
exceeding their jurisdiction in taking executive decisions. The Central
Empowered Committee can not be allowed to run the Mining Department
of the State Government. While the WGEP Report may be good
environmental report, it has not taken into account the developmental
issues, has made recommendations which impinge on the powers of the
State Government and have serious ramifications for the federal structure
in the country. In case the WGEEP Report were to be implemented, it
would lead to chaotic situation in the state.

On the iron-ore mining issue, the Chief Minister stated that the
mining activities began in the state in the 1950s. It is a low grade ore and
can hardly be used in India. Because of the increase in demand for this
quality of ore in the global markets during the last few years, there has
been windfall profits for the mine owners and their greed has inter alia
which has led to illegal mining in the State. The current total ban on the
mining of iron ore in the state is a serious issue, as about 25% of the State
revenue comes from the mining activities and about one lakh population
depend on mining and allied activities in the State.
Dr. K. Kasturirangan explained to the Chief Minister the terms of
reference of HLWG, the broad methodology intended to be followed by
HLWG in demarcation of ecologically sensitive areas within Western
Ghats and about the proposed decision support system to facilitate
appropriate decision-making by six States in the Western Ghats.

Brief record of discussion of the Members of the High Level Working Group (HLWG)
with Prof Madhav Gadgil, Chairman, Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel (WGEEP) on
28
th
December 2012 at Pune
************************


The list of HLWG members present during the meeting is at Annexure.

Dr. K. Kasturirangan, Member (Science), Planning Commission and Chairman, High Level
Working Group thanked Prof Madhav Gadgil, Chairman, Western Ghats Ecology Expert
(WGEEP) for taking out time to meet with HLWG Members and commended the WGEEP
report as an example of erudition and scholarliness on the biodiversity of Western Ghats. Dr.
Kasturirangan also mentioned that he appreciates the willingness of Prof Gadgil to participate in
open discussion on all issues related with WGEEP repor and cited the meeting organized by
Vijnana Bharati , at Pune. Dr. Kasturirangan than informed Prof Gadgil about the activities
undertaken by the High Level Working Group so far , including the re-drawing of the WG
boundaries on a scale of 30Mx 30M and requested Prof Gadgil to share his views on the WGEEP
report.

Professor Gadgil first alluded on the report of the Pronab Sen Committee set up by the Ministry
of Environment and Forests, Government of India to deal with the issue of ecologically sensitive
areas and also gave a brief account of the ecosensitive zones notified by the MoEF. Prof Gadgil
commented on the continued usage of the term “Ecologically Sensitive Areas” as not
conforming to the definition and that the Pronab Sen Committee was tasked to look at criteria for
demarcation of Ecologically Sensitive Areas . He further informed, that the Government has
notified ecologically sensitive areas in the past in an adhoc manner and which is not based on
accepted criteria. He said that it was in this back drop that the WGEEP was asked to look into the
report of previous committees on the subject, the resolution of National Board of Wildlife for
declaration of ecologically sensitive zones (ESZs) around Protected Areas and the Supreme
Court ruling on the subject so as to evolve criteria for demarcation of ESZ.



Professor Gadgil felt that based upon the Pronab Sen Committee criteria the whole Western
Ghats could be classified as ecologically sensitive area and the WGEEP also recognized the
whole of Western Ghats as an ecologically sensitive area based upon its biodiversity value. He
than mentioned that the Pronab Sen Committee did not provide any management regime for the
ecosensitive areas and therefore the WGEEP developed a graded and nuanced approach for the
management of ecosensitive areas, wherein, Western Ghats area was categorized into three
ecosensitive zones viz. ESZ 1, ESZ 2 and ESZ 3 of varied ecological sensitivity. The WGEEP
went by the norm in the National Forest Policy, as per which 2/3
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area in the hilly areas should
be kept under vegetation - this benchmark was used to define boundary for ESZ 1, the most
sensitive zone.

Prof Gadgil than highlighted that the Pronab Sen Committee had also recommended that spatial
environmental database should be developed for the country but nothing has been developed in
the last ten years. As such, WGEEP undertook the task of compiling spatial environmental
database for Western Ghats based upon all available computerized information on 9 x 9 km grid.
The size of the grid was chosen keeping in view the constraints of time and resources available
with the Panel and the available information. Prof Gadgil opined that mapping of Western Ghats
should be preferably done at the village and taluka level. The environmental database so
developed should be used for planning purposes and should be available in the public domain.

While undertaking its activities the WGEEP decided to take 2-3 levels of inputs, which included
not only official inputs i.e. at the level of State Governments and Central Government but also
inputs from locals which included inputs from Gram Panchayats, Zilla Parishad, and Gram
Sabhas. Prof Gadgil stressed on the importance of consulting Panchayats and Gram Sabhas in
decision making. He said that this is also mandated in the 73
rd
and 74
th
constitutional
amendments. At present, there is no peoples’ participation in decision making relating to
environment protection. He expressed the view that the public hearings done under EIA process
are not fair and transparent.

Prof. Gadgil opined that the laws are not being implemented in the country and in some case they
are being flouted. He gave example of the Forests Right Act, which as per him is not being
implemented at the ground level. He informed that it is in this context that the WGEEP decided
to include specific case studies related to violation and non- compliance in the report. He stressed
that if the existing laws are implemented in the right earnest there was no need for constituting
any Panel. He emphasized the need of bottoms up planning process with free access to reliable
information for effective peoples’ participation in decision making.

Regarding the zonation methodology adopted by the WGEEP, Prof Gadgil mentioned that the
model of Goa Regional Plan 2021was adopted, wherein, a database was developed as part of
planning process which was sent to the Gram Sabhas in Konkani and Marathi for their
comments. The recommendations of the Gram Sabhas were then sent back to the Government.
He did however mention that this process is not yet completed in case of Goa. He mentioned that
for wider appreciation of the WGEEP report it should be translated in regional languages of the
Western Ghats region and circulated amongst all Gram Panchayats. He added that in the absence
of the feedback from the Gram Sabhas of the Western Ghat region on the WGEEP report, the
deliberations and the output of the High Level Working Group would not be as relevant. He also
mentioned that the State Governments have been spreading misinformation about the Western
Ghats Ecology Expert Panel report.

Prof Gadgil thanked the members of the HLWG for the interaction and expressed his willingness
to work together with the Group in case any further clarification/suggestion were required with
respect to WGEEP report.

Dr. K Kasturirangan thanked Prof Gadgil for sharing his views on the WGEEP report with the
HLWG and stressed that the task of the HLWG is to develop a pragmatic action plan which can
lead to the conservation of the unique biodiversity of the Western Ghats region consistent with
sustainable development of the region. He mentioned that the HLWG is considering the WGEEP
report in this perspective. He further added that the members of the HLWG do not have any
preconceived notion or bias while examining the WGEEP report.

***********************************
ANNEXURE

Meeting of the High Level Working Group (HLWG) held on 28-12-2012

List of Members present:

1. Dr. K. Kasturirangan In Chair
2. Shri Jagdish Kiswan, ADG(WL),
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Member

3. Shri J.M. Mauskar, Ex-Special Secretary
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member

4. Prof. C.R. Babu, University of Delhi Member
5. Shri Darshan Shankar, Chairman, Indian Institute of
Ayurveda Research
Member
6. Shri Ajay Tyagi, Joint Secretary,
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Government of India
Member
Convener

7. Dr. Indrani Chandrasekheran , Advisor,
Ministry of Planning Commission
Special
Invitee

The presentation of Prof Gadgil for the meeting had already been circulated to the members in
advance (Annexure I).
Annexure 3: Summary of the Comments Received on the WGEEP Report from
Stakeholders before Constitution of the HLWG

1. About 34% of responses from locals strongly support permitting mining in four taluks of Goa viz
Sanguem, Bicholin, Satari and Qupem. In all these communications, mining was stated as an
important economic activity, affecting livelihoods of a large number of people. They also stated
that mining industries in these taluks of Goa have responsibly taken up social activities to promote
well being of people.
2. Similarly, responses received from locals of Sindudurg favour mining activities. These responses
strongly support, The New India Mining Company, and its commitment to the environment. These
comments highlight the enhanced livelihood options, improved water supply for agriculture and
general well being of the people of the district due largely to the INIM.
3. Responses from locals of Dang area of the Navsari district, Gujarat , suggest careful examination
of the proposed ESZ delineation based on the criteria put down by the Government of India and
carried out with the help of local educated boys.
4. Overwhelming responses has been received to examine the methodology adopted for delineation
of EcoSensitive Zones including the area earmarked.
5. A detailed response strongly advocates the establishment of Athirapally Hydro Electric Power
Plant.
6. About 11 elected representatives in a strongly worded letter, have stated that establishment of
the Western Ghats Ecology Authority (WGEA) would not serve any specific purpose and would
exist as another layer. Establishment of such an authority would only result in delays in project
clearances and would impede development.
7. Another detailed response requests for declaration of Sawantwadi -Dodamang as ESZ.
8. A human rights organization has indicated that , of the 4 heritage sites notified, two are in
Kohlapur. They have therefore requested not to add to the existing inviolate area in view of
livelihood issues and as locals have not been consulted.
9. Responses from a group of Kodagu Planters have categorically stated that plantations should be
excluded from the Ecologically Sensitive Zone.
10. Villagers of Goa , have pleaded that none of the recommendations of the WGEEP should be
followed. About 37 locals specifically have prayed that there should be no moratorium on Mining
in Goa.
11. LAVASA Corporation Ltd has requested clearly stating that ‘new hill stations approved’ be not
included in WGEEP report recommendations.
12. “Green Peace” strongly supports the WGEEP report in entirety.
13. Federation of Indian Mining Industry has expressed severe disagreement with the
recommendation of the report , stating that Mineral exploration and mining are critical to the
nation’s development.
14. H ENERGY has requested that if the thermal power plants are being discouraged in the Western
Ghats region then Gas Plants should be promoted.
15. A detailed technical response stating the erroneous zonation methodology of the WGEEP has also
been received.
16. Sarpanch of Gram Panchayats of district Thane , Jawahar Taluk and members of the panchayat
including 157 locals have requested the MoEF that the ESZ be delineated after careful
consideration and involvement of locals. A Cumulative Environment Impact Assessment be also
carried out. Previous attempts such as ZASI (Zonal Atlas for Siting of Industries) initiated, but were
not discussed and implemented be re-considered. A fresh look on zonation methodology and
procedure is imperative.
17. Suggestions to remove governance deficit by way of public awareness and training has been
detailed in a communication.
18. A request has been made to decline the proposal for creation of an industrial park in Alleppey .
19. About 29 people have strongly voiced their concerns against the Gundiya Hydro Electric Power
Plant.

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Annexure 7: Statement of the Comments Received from the Central Ministries

S.No. Central Ministry Comments
1. Ministry of Rural
Development
Department of Land
Resources (DoLR)
The Department of land resources implements three major
area based programs namely, Drought Prone Areas
Programme, Desert Development Program and Integrated
Wastelands Development Program. Since the
recommendations contained in the Report of WGEEP do not
clash with Watershed Management Program , DoLR has no
objection to the demarcation of Western Ghats into
Ecologically Sensitive Zones and guidelines prescribed for
preservation of biological diversity of the area.
2. Ministry of Tourism The recommendations made by the WGEEP are similar to the
Ministry of Tourism’s Sustainable Tourism criteria approach.
The Ministry hence agrees with the recommendations made in
the report. A special cell may be constituted in the Western
Ghats Ecological Authority with one representation from the
Ministry of Tourism.
3. Ministry of
Agriculture ,
Department of
Agriculture &
Cooperation (DAC)
There is no risk to the ‘Western Ghats biodiversity’ due to the
cultivation of the current GM Bt-Cotton hybrids. There is
hence no reason whatsoever to enforce a restriction on
cultivation of Bt Cotton in the Western Ghats, especially since
there is no perceived threat to any form of biodiversity of
tetraploid cotton species or related tetraploid wild species
present in the Western Ghats. A blanket ban on Bt Cotton in
Western Ghats with an unreasonable pretext of ‘threat to
biodiversity’ is not backed by scientific principles or research
and is thus inappropriate.
On the suggestion to discontinue the use of weedicides – DAC
in all its crop development programmes encourages
mechanical sowing, line transplanting etc which are conducive
to mechanical weeding.
On the suggestion to phase out the use of insecticides and
fungicides – DAC emphasizes alternative tools for pest
management such as cultural, mechanical methods use of bio
control agents and judicious and need based use of pesticides.
On the recommendation for community forestry – DAC
supports community forestry which will help in availability of
fodder, fuel wood and biological residue for manure
preparation. Agro forestry and afforestation are eligible
components under watershed programmes to promote such
activities.
On the suggestion to promote marketing of organic
agricultural produce – Development of marketing for organic
produce in India is in nascent stage, hence, it requires
promoting formation of Farmers/ Producers Group or
cooperatives to collect and add primary value to produce to
make it quantity and quality-wise marketable.
4. Ministry Of Power Regarding Thermal Projects - The WGEEP may review the
recommendations in regard to location of thermal power
plants especially for 3 taluks viz Honavar,Ankola and Kumta
of Karnataka. These taluks have been identified in a report by
Central Mines Planning and Design Institute Ltd. (CMPDI), by
taking into account availability of land, sea water,
infrastructure facilities, R&R issues and environmental
aspects.
Regarding Hydro Projects – The recommendation that Dams
and Thermal projects that have crossed their viable life span
(for dams the threshold is 30-50 years) should be
decommissioned in phased manner, is worth considering.
The recommendation that there should be no diversion of
streams/ rivers for any power projects and if already existing
to be stopped immediately will hamper the hydro
development in the country. Instead of putting a blanket ban
the merits and demerits of individual projects may be
examined and the decision should be taken on a case to case
basis.
Status of Athirapally HEP – The MoEF had earlier accorded
environmental clearance during July 2007 but subsequently
issued notice to Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) on issues
regarding effect on Tribals and Biodiversity.The matter is
under correspondence between MoEF & KSEB.
The Athirapally and Gundiya HEP are in advanced stage of
development. Stopping these projects would further hamper
the development of HydroPower.
It is suggested that decision on these projects may be
reviewed and comments of concerned state Government may
also be obtained.
5. Ministry of
Commerce and
Industry
The recommendations on agriculture sector will have direct
impact on the plantation sector crops in the Western Ghats
region. Practicing organic farming over the entire area and
phasing out all chemical fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides
would make plantation crops unviable as there will be
substantial decline in productivity of plantations.

Coffee cultivation in the Western Ghats is not going to affect
the biodiversity, flora and fauna of the region or is polluting
the environment as feared in the Report.

Western Ghats accounts for 80% pepper produced in India. If
the Report is accepted, pepper cultivation has to be brought
under organic system and there would be no reliable organic
methods to control foot rot disease.

If the recommendations of Gadgil Committee are accepted,
species indigenous to India like cardamom,pepper and some
of the tree spices might suffer heavily, which will adversely
affect our spices trade.

Going 100% organic may not be practical/logical.It may be
impractical and dangerous.If 100% of the plant nutrients
should come from organic sources alone it will be enormous
and inaccessible. Natural rubber produced with 100% organic
materials will not attract any price premium.

Similarly, the recommendations about GM, no cultivation
beyond certain slopes is not logical.

6. Ministry of Railways The Ministry fully shares the need for strict regulations and
social audits before permitting ne development in the
Ecologically Sensitive Zone 1,2 & 3 .
A total of 5 rail projects are listed in the Report.Out of these,
following 3 projects have been sanctioned :
Hubli- Ankola NL(167 kms) – The Marmagao port is getting
saturated and this project will facilitate movement of freight
trains via alternate route.
Banglore – Satyamanglam- Mettypalayam – This will clear
passenger traffic and provide an alternate route from Banglore
to Down South and it will be utilized for passenger traffic.
Sabrimala –Angamali – Sabrimala is not connected with a rail
head.This will cater to passenger traffic and also serve for
pilgrimage purpose.
Mysore – Kannur, Talguppa- Honnavar lines have not yet been
surveyed yet.
Hence no comments can be offered at this stage.
7. Ministry Of Urban
Development
The recommendations and action points mentioned by the
Panel are very critical for maintaining the ecological balance of
the region and may be adopted.
In case of solid waste management MSW Rules published by
the MoEF from time to time may be referred to for compliance
in the project implementation.
Water recharging structures need to be suggested in the
region to improve the groundwater recharge.
8. Ministry of Steel It appears that the recommendations of WGEEP regarding
moratorium on mining activities and recommendations
regarding industrial and infrastructural projects (including
railway lines and roads) may have negative impact on the
industrial growth of the region, as these stringent provisions
may not only drift away the industries from demarcated
zones, but may also adversely affect development of requisite
infrastructure in the region.

This Ministry is of the view that while taking measures for
ecological safeguards, for ensuring industrial and economic
development of the region industries may be allowed within
carrying capacity of the region/area with suitable safeguards
and measures for preservation of ecology, flora and fauna.

Iron and steel sector is one of the most important
infrastructural sectors of the country, contributing significantly
to overall economic growth and development of the nation.
The report suggests the formation of a Western Ghats Ecology
Authority (WGEA) , a statutory authority which enjoys the
powers under the Environment (Protection) Act. As the
Western Ghats is an extensive region spanning over six states ,
it is desirable that the WGEA functions in a coordinated
fashion with 6 constituent State Western Ghats Ecology
Authorities (SWGEA) appointed jointly by the State
Governments and the Central Ministry of Environment &
Forests to avoid administrative delays in environmental
clearances.
9 Ministry of Water
Resources
• Not recd.
10 Ministry of Surface
Transport
• Not recd.
11 Ministry of Mines • Recd
12 Ministry of Tribal
Affairs
• The Ministry agrees with the recommendation that the
Forests Right Act must be implemented in its full spirit.
Action in this regard however should be taken up by the
states.
• With regard to the recommendation that Community
Forest Resource Provisions under FRA should replace Joint
Forest Management Programs, it may be mentioned that
the provisions relating to community resource management
under FRA are different from those mentioned under Joint
Forest Management Programmes implemented by the
MoEF.
• It is suggested that an official from the Ministry of
Tribal Affairs may be included as a representative in the
Western Ghats Ecological Authority.
• The Ministry agrees with the recommendation that the
sanction for the environmental and forest clearances for the
Devapon Dongar mine of the Caurem village in Quepem
Taluk of Goa, against serious local opposition and without
implementation of FRA is thouroughly inexcusable.

Annexure 8

0,0, NoWLP-1011-154-F
25
th
March 2013
Dear Shri Tyagi ,
Kindly refer to 0,0 , letter No 1/1/201 O-RE(ESZ dated 3 0 - 8 ~ 2 0 1 2
addressed to the Chief Secretary, Gujarat by Dr.K.Kasturirangan, Member
Planning Commission, Gol , New Delhi regarding Specific Comments on
the recommendations of the Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel
(WGEEP) constituted by the MoEF under the Chairmanship of Prof.
Madhav GadgiL
The remarks of the State Govt. on the proposed guidelines and
summary of recommendation Sector-wise activities are as per Annexure-1
to this letter,
So far as constitution of the Western Ghats Ecology Authority,
adequacy of existing rules and regulations and restrictions on
infrastructure development are concerned, the views of the State
Government are as under:
1, State Government may noLl!l a position to agree for creation
separate authority which would become additional structure and
complicate the present Environmental Clearance Procedure,
2, Under the existing Acts and Rules, there are sufficient and
appropriate provisions to take care of the requirement of Permission,
Prohibition, Rejection or Acceptance of Forest and Environmental
matters, The recommendations of WGEEP to reslricUprohibit ,
Railway line, Energy Projects, Mining etc, cannot be agreed in a
blanket manner, All these have to be seen in the context of
livelihood needs, scope of permissibility and essential needs of
Social and Economic development. Non-conventional Energy
projects like solar and wind can be taken up which are basically
sources of green energy,
3. Primacy should be attached to the interest of local population, their
needs, interdependence, livelihood etc. A Consultative mechanism
at best is the rig ht Recommendation in this direction rame'" than
creation of a New Authority.
So far as taking into account the ecology panel
preservations is concerned while considering the developmental and
livelihood issues in planning, the law of the land on this issue is the
Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of
Rights) 2006 and this Act takes adequate care of this issue.
The forest is managed by working plan, which includes reasonable
coup-cutting. It has to have prior approval of the MoEF and is implemented
under strict supervision of the field staff of this Department.
Because of well-developed social forestry and considerable quantity of
imported timber on well-developed ports, the timber availability in the State is
always surplus which has considerably reduces risk on indigenous forests.
These views of the State Government may please be placed before the
HLWG for further necessary action.
Shri Ajay Tyagi
Joint Secretary,
Monistry of Environment & Forests,
Paryavaran Bhavan,
C.G.O. Complex,Lodhi Road,
New Oelhi-11 0 003.
Yours sincerely,

(H. K. Dash)
Sr.
No.
Sector
3 Building codes
consisting of
green
technology
and green
building
materials
4 Area
treatment!
plot
development
/ landscaping
in the open
areas of plots
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projects, especially assessing Local Planning
the cost-benefits considering Authority before
ecological costs and public executIon of projects,
benefits. especially assessing the
cost-benefits
considering ecological
costs and public
benefits.
A building code should be evolved by the WGEA which include inter-alia eeo-friendly
building material and construction methods, minimising the use of steel. cement and sand.
prOViding water harvesting methods, non-conventional energy an d waste treatment The
application or detailing of the framework would be done by local authorities to suit local
conditions.
Certai n recognized best practices of construction/development such as topsoI l conservation, trees
conservation etc. should be followed as per the guidelines of Green Building certifications of Eco
Housing, GRIHA or any other appropriate codes to be encouraged.
Certain activities for example filling of marshes/ wetlands. introduction of alJen invasive species are
not permitted
The area that may be paved is to be restricted; paving of ground areas may be done in such a manner
that there is no change in the run-off I permeability of the plot overall before and after paving (if
some area is paved, the recharge from other areas will have to be enhanced)
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Not accepted -
However, these
are viewed positively but ShOUl d
be taken care of by existing local
authorities. To be encouraged by
awareness.
Accepted as a general gui delir: t
the existing authorities·
These recommendations are
viewed positively.
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5 Waste Local authorities should be made responsible to for developing regional systems for Accepted as a general gUideline
treatment handling hazardous, toxic, biomedical wastes as well as recyclable material and it is already provided under
,
the Environment (Protection) Act,
1986 and notifications there
,
under·
,
Under the existing laws and legal
,
provision this is provided and may
be viewed positively.
,
No hazardous or toxic waste No hazardous or toxic Recycling and waste processing Accepted as a general gUideline
processing units waste processing units and units compliant with PCB and it is already provided under
regulations should be sited in the Environment (Protection) Act.
ESZ3 areas (or outside the WG 1986 and notifications there under
region) and should cater to - Under the existing laws and legal
nearby ESZl provision this is provided and are
viewed positively.
6 Wastewater Mandatory for alilayoutsJ building developments though the choice of technology would Accepted as a general gUideline
management vary with size of settlement; and it is already provided under
the Environment (Protection) Act,
1986 and notifications there unde:-
- Under the existing laws and legal
provision this is provided and are
viewed positively .
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Should be such as to permit, reuse, recharge. recycling as locally appropriate and permit Accepted as a general guideJin-
recovery of energy where possible and it is already provided undE,
the Environment '\cl;
1986 and notifications there u,-.dt·
- Under the existing laws and legal
provision thi s is provided and
viewed positively.
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7 Water Decentralized water resources management plans at Local Self Government level Accepted as a general guid elin -
This should be done as per the
over all water management policy
of the State Government.
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Protect high altitude valley swamps and water bodi es. Accepted as a general guidelin- -
This is viewed positively by the
local authorities
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Catchment area treatment plans of hydroelectric and major irrigation projects should be Accepted as a general gU ideli n . -
taken up to improve their life span.
This is viewed positively by the
existing local authorities/project
authoriti es.
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Improve ri ver Hows and water quality by sci entific riparian management programmes Accepted as a general gUidelin-;:: -
involving community participation
This is viewed positively by the
existing local authorities/project
authorities.
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Water conservation measures should be adopted through suitable technology up gradation Accepted as a general guideline -
and pub I ic awareness programmes This Is viewed positively by the
existing local authorities/project
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authorities.
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Inter-baSin diversions of rivers in th e Western Ghats sh ould not be allowed Not accepted -
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Instead of complete ban, the EIA
should be made compulsory and
,
the decision to be taken by
existing competent authorities on
case to case basis as per th e
findings of EIA and merits of the
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case,
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8 Agriculture Promote organic agricultural practices; discourage cultivation of annual crops on slopes Accepted as a general guideline -
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exceeding 30%. where perennial crops should be promoted; introduce incentive payments
This is viewed positively by the
I
for sequestration of carbon in soils, introduce incentive payments for maintenance of select 0
existing local authorities/project
,
traditiOnal cultivars, encourage participatory breeding programmes to improve productivity
authorities
,
oftraditionaJ cultivars; encourage precision agricultural practices, No CMOs
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Phase out all use of chemical Phase out all use of Phase out all use of chemical Instead ofcamplete ban these
pesticides/ weedicides within chemical pesticides/ pesticldes/ weedicides with in objectives may be achieved
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I five years
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weedlcides within ten years through (a) mass education
,
programme and (b) incentives and
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Phase out, through a system of
eight years
Phase out, through a system of
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positive incentives, use of
chemical fertilizers within five
years
ESZ2
Phase out, through a
system of positive
incentives, use of
chemical fertilizers
within eIght years
ESZ3
positive incentives. use of
chemical fertilizers within ten
years
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alternatives. Prescribing time __:;n- :
is not accepted.
These are viewed positively by the
existing local authoriti es/project
authoriti es. However, it should be
voluntary based on proper
awareness programme to prevent
loss or reduction in agricultural
income.
These are viewed positively by the
existing local authoriti es/ project
authorities
~ Animal Introduce incentive payments as ,conservation service charges' for maintenance ofland AccepteLi as a general gUideb.a.
Husbandry races of livestock; This recommendation is vi ewed
positively by the existing local
authorities
Redeploy subsidies for chemical fertilizers towards maintenance of livestock and production
ofbiogas and generation of organic manure;
Restore community grasslands and forest grazing lands outside the Protected Areas.
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This recommendation is viewed
positively by the existing local
authorities
Accepted as a general guideli n cO -
This recommendation is Vi ewed
positively by the existing local
authorities
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Breeds which can withstand adverse agro climatic conditions should be encouraged Accepted as a general gUideline-
This recommendation is viewed
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positively by the existing local
,
authorities
Application ofweedicides in cash crop areas alongside the roads must be prohibited, since Accepted as a general guideline -
almost all plants coming under the weed category are rich cattle fodder.
This recommendation is viewed
positively by the existing local
authorities
,
, The unused land in tea estates should be used for cattle rearing and the organic manure thus Accepted as a general guideline-
,
produced used for tca plantation.
,
This recommendation is viewed
,
i
positively by the existing local
authorities. State ofGujarat does
,
not have tea estates.
10 Fishery Strictly control use of dynamite and other explosives to kill fi sh; provide fish ladders at all Accepted as a general guideline -
reservoi rs
This recommendation is viewed
,
positively by the existing local
,
authorities
,
Introduce incentive payments as ,conservation service charges' for maintenance of Accepted as a general guideline -
indigenous fish species in tanks under control of Biodiversity Management Committees or
This recommendation is viewed
i Fishermen' s co-operatives; monitor and control trade in aquarium fishes with the help of
i
Biodiversity Management Committees
positively by the existing local
authoriti es
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11 Forestry: Forest Rights Act to be implemented in its true spirit by reaching out to people to fadlitate Accepted as a general gUidelin
Government their claims, Community Forest Resource provisions under FRA to replace all current Joint
This recommendation is viewed
lands Forest Management programmes,
positively by the existi ng local
authoriti es
No monoculture plantation of No monoculture No monoculture plantation of Accepted as a gent'ral
exotics like eucalyptus; plantation of exotics exotics like eucalyptus;
These recommendation i s viewed
No pesticide/ weedicide
like eucalyptus;
positively by the existing local
I
application;
Encourage planting of endemic
authorities
Extraction of medicinal plants
Encourage planting of
species;
with strict regulations
endemic species; Phase out pesticidel weedicide
Phase out pesticidel
application;
weedicide application;
Extracti on of medicinal plants
Extraction of medicinal
with strict regulations
plants with strict
regulations
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12 Forestry: Recognize rights of all small-scale, traditional private land holders under FRA,lntroduce Accepted as a general gUiri elk
private lands incentive payments as ,conservation selvice charges' for maintenance of natural vegetation
This recommendation is viewed
for small land holders, as also for switch-over from annual crops to perennial crops on steep
positively by the existing local
slopes for small landholders. Introduce incentives such as tax breaks or renewal of leases as
authoriti es
,conservation service charges' for maintenance of natural vegetation for small land holders;
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13 Forestry:
No monoculture plantation of No monoculture No monoculture plantation of Accepted as a general gUideline -
private lands
exotics like eucalyptus; existing
plantation of exotics
exotics like eucalyptus; existing
These recommendations are
plantations of such exotics
like eucalyptus;
plantations of such exotics
viewed positively by the existing
should be repl aced by planting
existing plantations of
should be replaced by planting
local authorities
such exotics should be
endemic species or allowing
replaced by planting
endemic species or allowing
area to revert to grassland
endemic species or
area to revert to grassland
where it was originally
allowing area to revert
where it was originally
grassland. to grassland where it grassland
No pesticide/ weedicide
was originally
application;
grassland
Encourage planting of endemic
Encourage planting of
Extraction of medi ci nal plants
endemic species;
species in private forests;
with strict regul ations;
Quarrying with strict
Quarrying with strict
Encourage planting of endemic
regulations; regulati ons;
s pecies
Phase out pesticide/
Phase out pesticide/ weedicide
weedicide application
application
14 Biodiversity Introduce incentive payments as ,conservation service charges' for maintenance of sacred Accept ed as a general gUideline -
groves; for maintenance of biodivers ity elements on private lands, lands under control of
This re commendation is vi ewed
Biodiversity Management Committees, JFM lands, and lands assigned as Community Forest
positively by the existing local
Resources
authorities
Make speci al funds available to Biodiversity Management Committees for di sbursal in Accepted as a general guideline-
relation to wil dli fe related damage
This should be done as per the
existing norms and regulations of
the Government of Gujarat and the
,
Biodiversity Conservation Act,
I
.
2002 .
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15 Mining No new licenses to be given for No new licenses to be New mining may be taken up Not accepted.
mining given for mining. only for scarce minerals not
However, these recommendat .) 11
Where mining exists, it should This moratorium can
availabl e on the plains and
are viewed positively by the
I
be phased out in 5 years, by be reviewed on a case
should be under strict
existing local authorities. There
I 2016 by case basis
regulation and social a udit,
are adequate safe guard
Detaited plans for Existing mining to
s ubject to fr ee prior informed
provisions under the existing ' ' : t ~
environmental and social adopt good practice
consent of tribal and other
& r egulati ons that may be inv: ~ ' "
rehabili tation of mines to be mining and be under
communities and in recognition
case to case basi s.
closed. strict regulation and
of tri bal rights.
Illegal mining to be stopped
social audit
Existing mining to adopt good
practice mining and be under
immediately
Detailed plans for
strict regulation and social audit
enVironmental and
Ill egal mining to be stopped
social rehabilitation of
mines to be closed.
immediately
Illegal mining to be
stopped immediately
1
16 Quarry and Where exists should be Upgradation Existing and new quarry and
Not accepted.
sand mining controlled effectively for poSSible/permitted sand mining should be under
However, these recommendz:t Jr ..
environmental and soci al subject to strict strict regulations and SOCial
are vi ewed posi t ively by the
impacts immediately regulation and social audit and without affecting
exi sting local authorities. There
audit tribal rights
are adequate safe guard
No new licenses to be given for
provisions unde r the exi sting ~ : : t ~
qua rry and sand mining
& regulations that may be inv{ ke '
case t o case basi S.
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Industry orange category) industries; for and orange category) under strict regulation and
This recommendation is viewed
existing industries switch to industries; for existing social audit
:
(Red positively by the existing local
zero pollution by 2016 and be industries switch to
/Orange)
subject to strict regul ation and zero pollution by 2016
authorities. There are adequate
safe guard provisions under the
social audit and be subject to strict
existing acts & regulations that
regulation and social
may be invoked case to case basis.
audit
t 18 Non- With strict regulation and social Promote Green/ Blue Promote Green/ Blue industries. Accepted as a general gUideline -
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polluting audit. industries. Local bio- Local bio-resource based
These recommendations are ,
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(Green/ resource based industry should be promoted.
viewed positively by the existing
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Local bio-resource based
I Blue) industry should be All should be strictly regulated local authorities. There are
Industry
industry should be promoted.
promoted. All should and be subject to social audit.
adequate safe guard provis ions
All should be strictly regulated
be strictly regulated
under the exi sting acts &
and be subject to social audit.
and be subject to social
regulations that may be invoked
case to case b a s i ~ .
audit
19 Power/ Educate the energy consumer about the environmental and social impacts of energy Accepted as a general guideline -
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Energy
production and the need for reducing ,luxury' demand
These recommendations are
Encourage demand side management; enhanced energy efficiency across sectors
viewed positively by the existing
Launch ,smart" campaigns as key components of demand side management, focusing on
local authoriti es. There ar e
smart grids, smart buildings, smart power, smart logistics and smart motors
adequate provisions under the
existing policy, rul es & regulations.
Promote decentralized electricity, use of solar power .
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Allow run of the river schemes Small bandharas permi Large Power plants are allowed Not accepted -
with maximum helghtot3 m ssible for local and subject to strict environmental
permissible which would serve tribal community use / regulations including
However, these recommendaL'Jn",·
are viewed positively by the
local energy needs of tribaJf local self government
1. cumulative impact existing local authorities on cc: ":e
local communities / plantation use
colonies subject to consent of
assessment studies to case basis depellding on thE' _
No new dams above 15 merit of the casco There are
gram sabha and all clearances 2. carrying capacity studies
m or new thermal adequate safe guard provisions
from WGEA, SEA and DECs plants permissible 3. minimum forest clearance under the existing regulations.
No forest clearance or stream New hydro projects
(norms to be set by WGEA)
diversion for new projects between 10· 25 MW 4. based on assessment of flows
Run ofthe river schemes not
(up to 10 m ht) required for downstream needs
permissible including the ecological needs of
allowed in first order or second
order streams All project categories
the river
Promote srnall scale. micro and
subj ect to very strict Existing Power plants subj ect to
clearance and
strict regulation and social audit.
pico hydropower systems, that
compliance conditions
are people owned & managed Zero pollution to be required for
thrOUgh SEA and DECs
and are off grid new thermal power plants.
ofWGEA
New small hydropower projects
Have run off the river
(10 MW and below) are
Wind projects only after CEIA
hydropower projects
pennissible
but after cumulative
For already existing dams
impact study of the
reservoir operations to be
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No new thermal power plants river basin is done r escheduled for allowing more
Regulated wind power
water downstream
Strict environmental regulation
projects but after
of existing thermal power
cumulative
plants
environmental impact
assessment (CEIA)
EXisting thermal pl ants to
actively promote alternate uses
Zero pollution to be
of fly ash - such as in road
required of existing
making in addition to the
Thermal Power Plants
existing practices of
manufact ure of fly ash bricks
No large scale wind power
projects
Promote biomass based lsolar
sources for decentralized
energy needs.
No diversion of streams/ rivers allowed for any power proj ects and ifalready existing, to be
stopped immediately
Catchment area treatment in a phased manner following watershed principles;
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continuous non-compliance of clearance conditions for three years would entail
decommissioning of eXisting projects
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Dams and thermal projects that have crossed their viable life span (for dams the threshold is
30-50 years) to be decommissioned in phased manner
- All project categories to be jointly operated by LSGs and Power Boards with strict
monitoring for compliance under DECs
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roads, except where it is highly and major roads. may be allowed subject to strict
However, these recommcndat
essential (as perhaps, in case of except when highly regulation and social audit.
are viewed positively by the
Goa) , and subject to EIA, strict essential and subject to
existing local authorities on ca .€-
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regulation and social audit. EfA. strict regulation
to case basis depending on th·:
and social audit.
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Avoidance of new highways, merit of the case. There are
expressways Upgradation of roads adequate safe guard
possible/ permitted under the existing policies, rul :::: ,.:
subject to EIAs, strict regulations.
regulation and social
audit
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refined by the WGEA to
basis of a Tourism
Tourism Master Plan should be
master plan and social
These recommendations a re
promote minimal impact
audit. Tourism Maste r
based on carrying capacity of viewed positively by the existi ng
tourism in the region
Plan should be based area and after taking into local authorities. There are
Strict regulation for waste
on carrying capacity of
account social and adequate safe guard provisions
management, traffic and water
area and after taking
e nvironmental costs unde r the existing regulations.
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into account social and
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environmental costs. ,
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Departmental Discussion on
28/02/2013
Reconnect children and youth to local environment through education programmes focusing Accepted as a general guideline -
on local environmental issues, especially degradation of natural resources of land and water
These recommendations are
and air and water pollution.
viewed positi vely by the existing
Tailor Environmental Education projects to serve as an instrument of participatory local authorities.
environmental monitoring involving local community members; connect such exercises to
preparation of ,People' s Biodiversity Registers' by the local Biodiversity Management
Committees
Students' ,River Clubs' should be encouraged in schools situated along the course of the
respective river
Teach agriculture in schools
Cumulative impact assessment for all new projects such as dams, mines, tourism, and Accepted as a general guideline-
housi ng, that impact upon water resources should be conducted and permission given only if
These recommendati ons are
they fall within the carrying capacity
viewed positively by the existing
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Focus research on perfecting green technology and make it affordable for common people. local authorities.
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Environment flow assessments indicators should be worked out by Research institutions,
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NGOs along with local communities
Build on the Western Ghats database ofWGEEP to create an open, transparent, participatory Accepted as a general guideline -
system of environmental monitoring involving all citizens, in particular the student
These recommendations are
community
viewed positively by the existing
Update and upgrade a hydrological data base of rivers and consolidate the ecological data local authorities.
base and information at river basin level
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. &. Forest Department .
M!l1ltl)llaya, Mumbai4Q0032.
Th\ted: 13" January, 2012.
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'. . '. :The Secret,ary, .
"Ministry of Envirtminenta,nd Forests,'
. '. Goveniinent oflndia; . '. ' .
'. . Paryavaran Bhilwan; CGO Complex, .
. : Lo<Jhi Road I J 0003 '. '
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. . Sub: COmments on WGEEP Report .
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. Sir, State undertaking the vital task down guidelines
: for ecological conServation ahd...sustainability' of Western Ghat region, . .
As perthe reference ated above the comments of the State G vemrnent are as under - .
I) Setting up of WGEA--- The proposed mechanism will 0 rate parallel to existing environmental
agencies and C!l1l have ,divergent approaches. The mandate of any dispute related to environment is
. too ambitious !l1ld will practically cover all areas of government functioning Therefore Government
of M;.haraShtra takes objectiOn on setting upofthe Western Ghat Ecology Authority, WGEA from
I its proposed constitution, appears to be a too big an Authority. Such a heavy bureaucl)ltic set up
would lead to bottlenecks and getting C:1earances of various developmental projects even though
they are otherwise permissible within the existing framework oflaws may often find difficult to get .
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. ' ... '.' . " .. ' witli respeeitodevelOpment prOjectS e.g . . windmill s; t..ilways · etc., wili restiltin :.hicreased ·
. bureaucracY!l1ld permission regime 'IX)ndl\Civeio corruption. statutory authorities the
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OVEnVironmeolProteCtion Act andaZ irointime to time to take care •
'. . ' concerns and should not be ove.:seenbY the proposed, newauthoritpiz. WmiA: .
. . lri$tead, the eXisting High Level functiQningin theStite, if required, can .. . '
further strengthened continue' tei work lnsteadofWGEA, there is norieedofhaving a
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· envirarunenial . angle andutilisedaJlitude and forest areaor vegetation as driven defining the boUndaries of •
.. • westemOhatsc The afWahats is identified by forested 3teaSthllf ahove soom: The
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nitionaleforlliis cut afffallawedfj'am digital data which showed that, ing.neial, 500m. constitutes the ·
devation at whIch WG r!sediicreteiy from the Ileccanpfa;eau. ihe . ..
areas atl50rn is taken as Ghats faliow f1lore steeply dOwn to .the coastline. Jbfsdefinition h,;'; signi(icant
.. impact on defining thee)(tentofWestern Ghats. Only exact area the
be under ESZ-I add noitheeritire.Taluka. .
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. _ 2b Administrative unit for monitoring: . i'arljer studyof Plamling cominiSskm in 1960'shad .ideritified . ....
total 132 ta[\lk.is as Ghats ilnda speCial progfl;m was imdertaken farWestemghat ]\10
details are giveniri report. And which defining the area under westein GhalSTaluka is · ..
.. .• reasonable admini strative unit. AUtalukas which falls in the . definition in 2 ·
groups; one, less than 50% mea, With.in WG area and other, more than 50% WGarca This )leeds
tobereviewed particulatly f6r Jess than 5.0% are. within WG area.
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2e. WGEEP recommends thai the entire western ghat traCt shall be declared as ecologically sensitive area ·
under Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 "' .
Area categorisation for monitoring:
. ESZI : Regions of highest sensitivity or ecological sensitive zone I
ESZ2 : Regions of high sensitivity
. ESZ3 :Regions of moderate sensitivity.
The methodol ogy defined is cOmplex and need to be reviewed. The ESZI and ESt3 definition needs more
.careful review asit covers larger areas.
2 (d) DeHneation of ESZ-l, with Taluka as a unit
It is not acceptable. This would mean that even the TaJuka towns which may not fulfill the criteria of steep
Z<>ne I (ESz-i) .
Restrictions imposedwithlnESZ-i arewell intended with an objective of protecting the fragile eco-· .
· system of the Western of these appear to be ungovernable arid will restrict
or eCo.friendlYdevelopment of the n'gion.Somerecommendatiorisare b.3$ed Wi one or Mofield.examples .· .
and not based On thorough social in general all the Strict ..
ESZ·lmay be acceptabie for f<irest .·m.eas. ·prot!!i:ted areas and eca-sensitive zone aroond the protected areas. .
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3(3) Wi;,dm11ls .
. . . In respect of wi'!dmill, which isa ·"9n-Coilireotlonal. and green somce <if energy, it would be appropriate to ..
· imposeprohibition in case: offorest land and wildlife sanctuaries. However complete prohibiiion on such
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projects in the entire ·ESZ·l area wHi prove to be counterprod\lctive as sites for wind energy are very site·
specific. Kindly note th!'7!!at 85% of the in the Western Ghat use fuel wood as the
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• . cooking.energy, therefore complete' prohibition on such ' of gleen energy ' will . reSult in .
. the peopie io use i'!ielWQOdfor years to come. .
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neicaid2 included in ESZ-I; Kamatakaand '
Kerala have been ciniy 26 and 15 talukas respectively in ESZ"1. Thus MaharashtrlJ,State will be most . .
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adversely affected. .The recommendations of the Committee are not practical and do not take into
consideraiioq local · needs.' Rlino{t/Je rivers schemes with. height of 5 mtrsare. only perrnissiblEi for ' . . .
ioo with consent ofl,rrge ' no. of;utlioritieS.'.N'o new' thermal power ' staiioos': is ildiaStic.· ..
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the' face of around' 4000 MW shortage in the State .. Even .windpowet .
..•... proj.eetS. are piversiOnof agri. .land to non-agri. lanilisaiSo r.estricted, thus installalionofnew . . ../ .. ..
..... su"'stat'ons; gnd Imes Will be hampered. · . . . . . '. . . " . . '. \../"" ."
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j (b) (Ii) H}'dni Electric ,Projects
So far as ibe projec!S are concerned, projects 3. meters must be allowed if there is .
no subnierzcnce offorestand. protected area and further less 1000 trees are being felled. Such projects '
may in non-forest areas. Thus hydroelectric projects outside the forest protected area may /
be allowed if they fulfill the .criteria laid down in the existing framework of laws. V
3 (c) Transportation Projects
TrlIIISpOrt sector is closely connected with Power sector. The report prohibits new railway lines,
major roads, new highways, expressways. This will hamper the development of linkages to Power sector
adversely. Thus these recommendations are not conducive for energy sector and hence are opposed by the
Government of Maharashtra The Railway projects reaching ports which are essential either due to
connectivity toImportant economic centres or due to geographic factors may be approved with environment
3( d)
· banQn miningandeictraetion of site specific .. '
in specific pockets, IS With a view of of such scarce minerais, it .\viii ....
· .be appropriate ifthepmhihftion oosueh ;.nining is restricted to lorest and areas in miz-1.
.' iii tbe interest of the econoinyoltne country, ihemihing be. allowed •.. .
. outside the forest wiih strict MinihgEnvi;onrnent Impact Mitigation Measures, The .
. inining and of stoneslsandwhich are otherwise not specific could be baimed in BSZ-I "'/ .'
. 3 (e) Agria.ltllrirl Sector
IntheagricuilDre sector, the recoinmendatiori of giving iilcentives to fwersto shift to tree crops I fruit
. crops is weiaJme. The Government of shOllld proyide for incentives. to farmers if they shift from
seasonal crop towards. the tree cropping pattern.
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4. ', As irrigation and hydrOpOwer are critical for development of region arid need of local people
more detailed 'comments are in Annexure A ' , ' ,
5, In viewo{the above, this Government requests Government of India to consider all
, , and suggestions of Government of Maharashtra presented in this letter and ' accompanying Annexure A.
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COMMENTS WITH RESPECT TO IRRIGATION AND HYDROPOWER·
(1) Water (ESZ 1,2,3) 43 of Report)
(i)
Recommendation of WGEEP: . Inter-basin diversions of . rivers in the Western Ghats
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should not be allowed.
Comments:. Western Ghats region receives heavy rains during monsoon. It is having surplus water
resourCes. So it is obligatory to implement inter basin diversions/transfers of waters! rivers from
.. water surplus basin·(Q deficit basin to satisfy the water needs of I\umanbeings and development
. activities. This is awell established principle and is implemented J practiced all over the world. The
various WaterDisputes Tribunals; constituted under Inteistate River Water Disputes Act _
1956 haveaflowedtheinterbasindiversions/ transfers. Someofthe diversion schemes are already
existence in Western Ghats. Hence, in the interest of the inter-basin .divers.ions
/ transfers orriver...ater should be allowed within the existing franiework oflaws .. Assuch the WRD
. strongly objeCts to any such restrictions funilateral impOSiti.Olls, which are bad inla"'; as If this
recommendation is accepted, then the State will be putto huge. irreparable loss particularly in respect
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of substantial power generation to the tune of 3900 Million Units through Koyna Hydroelectric
Project (1960 MW) & Ghatghar H.E.P. (250 MW).
(2) Quarry and sand mining (ESZ 1) ( Page 45 of Report)
(i) Recommendation of WGEEP: No new licenses to be given for quarry and sand milling.
Comments: A complete ban on quarrying of sand, stone, murum, soil etc. is objectionable. The
financial viability of the water resources projects primarily depends on the availability of these
quarry materials, within the shorter reach/economical lead. In the (nterest of the economy, existing
as well as new quarries and sand mining should be allowed with Environmental Impact Mitigation
measures. If the recommendation is blindly accepted, then it will affect economical viability of all
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(3) Power /Energy (page 45, 46 of Report)
General: Derrianctfol' power is grOwing enormously and in this era of global warming pollution
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free,eeo-friendly arid availability has become order of the day. Hydropower has
all these features / advantages other alternatives of power generation namely,thermal, nuclear,
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diesel. generaiors .ic, Hydropower is. it renewable, nonepQilutingand environmentally friendly
source of energy. Hydropower represents use ofwaterresourcestaWards inflation free energy due to
absence oUue] with mature technology characterizedb), highest prime moving efficiency and
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spectacular operalio;,,;1 flexibility. To cater the peak demand and to maintain grid stability, the hydro
thermal ratio needs to be maintainedat40:60 as hydrop6wer station can be started and stopped
within shorter time (tiexible operation). For any hydropower station beillg feasible, three basic
requirements are: (i) Availability of water resources (ii) Water head (Natural fall) & (iii) Minimum
length of water conductor, s.ystem (cQnyeyance sy_stem). Lot of attractive anatechno-economicafly -•

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' . . feasible sites are available in the WesternOtrit region in view of abundant water resou;ces,natural
· fail across .the divide with mirun;.oll of water conveyance system: of the '
eXisting major hydropower stations .arelocattdin Western Ghats, namely Koyna (1960MW),Bhira
(383 MW), Vaitania (61.50 MW), Tillaii(66 MW), Ghatghar (250 MW), Khopoli (72 MW).
· Bhivapuri (72 MW),etc. alognwith small power stations. The . River Water
· Disputes Tribunals have allowed & uph'eid the inter basin diversions for such projects. Keiyna
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hYdioelectJjc project complex having a .total jn$Ued capacity of 1960 MW is located. in Western .
· Pt region itself and it is the lifeline of the M3harashtra State, Vis-a-visindustryand agriculture
Sector .. To ropewithever growing demand for .peaking power, the entire ' potential 7-
is to the .tune of 19;000MW
'. ' Comprising of pumped storage schemes) needs to be harneSsed fully. . . .
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(a) ESZ I
. '. (i) Recon,;nendation of WGEE P: Allowrtin the dver schem.es with . maximum
permiss'iblewhichwouid .serve locai energy communities l plamation colonies '
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. . subject to consent of gram sabha and all clearances from WGEA, SEA and DECs
Comments: As explained in foregoing para (General) the importance, advantages & . eeo - friendly
nature of hydropower, the available & techno-cconomically feasible hydropower potential/resources
need to be harnessed fully without enforcing any ill-logical restrictions on height. The WRD
SIrongly opposes any such restrictions.
Co') Recommendation of WG EEP: No forest clearance or stream diversion for new projects.
Comments: As submitted in (I) Water (ESZI, 2, 3) above, stream diversions shouldjbe allowed for
new projects. The forest land clearance should be allowed within the existing framework of laws.
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schemeS in first orderbr second order stteams:.
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(iv) Rec6mmendation of WGEEP: NewsDialI hydropower projects (10 MW and . below) are
petmissible.
'. Comments: As (i),the of Maharsht;a takes objection for restrictingthe "
caPacity of new hydropower projects to 10 MW arid below. Large hydropowerptOjects having '
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. . !lPtimal sizes and WhiCh: are te¢hno- economically viable should be allowed within the existing ·
' fuunework ot: laws to cope with the ever power demand. . .
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Recommendation of WGEEP: '
• (I) Nonew dams abOve 15 m or new thermalplants permissible,
(ii)NewhydI'O projects bm-n 10 &25 MW(up to 10 m ht) permissible '
(iii)AII Project categories subject 10 very and compliance Conditions, through SEA
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Have run offtJie riverbydr0power c\lmulative impact sit1dy of the river baSin
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, CommelltsAs explained earner (i) o( (a) EStL Government of MaharShira objects to eniorce
heighi of new dams (upto 15 m) and new
projecls (UpIO 25M',v (UjlIo 10 in height). Large hydropower Projects which are
economicaily feasible and having optimalsizes should be allowed, wi.thin the existing framework of ,
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(i) Recommendation of \VGEEP: Large Power plants are allowed subject to strict environmental
regulations inclUding
I. cumulative impact assessment studies.
2. carrying capacity sllJdies
3. minimum forest clcr.mce (norms to be set by WGEA)
4. based on assessment of flows required for downstream needs including the ecological
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Comments: Large hydropo...". projects having optimal sizes should be within the e,xis!ing ," ' ,

, . make' impossible in gettingcleaian:ces for development Projects, The Government of Maharshlra
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objects 10 such ,striCt regulations. In fact all' above 'aspects ,mentioned in rerommendaiions· are:
care of while planning ofhydioelectric projects ,and ' enforcing such conditions again is not felt
necessary.
(ii) Recommendaiionof subject 10 siriCt and '
, audit. ,
Comments: EXistinghydrO\XJWU projects arecofl)missioned wi;hin the existing fJaInework of laws ,'
and ,after obtaining 'all mandatory &. sialutory clearances. As such again enforcing new on
.the is not jlistifiedat all & it will be bad Hence, Jhe
Government of Maharshti"a takes objection for enforcing the striCt regulali'on and social audit' for
existing. power stations,
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of\yGEEP: For exiSting dams be,
reschedilled for aljowing more. wilter doWnstream.
For existing dams,i, is not feasible to allowing more
water dOwnSlream, because Ihe'sectoral water allocations, have already been decided and water rights
established. Ais!> siJch rescheduling based on non-techniQl consideri.tions may safety ' of
<lams, which carry huge hazard potential.
(d) ESZl;z,l , '
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. (i) Recommendation of WGEEP: No diversi on of streams! rivers allowed for any power projects
andiC already existing, ,to
. ' Comments As submitted in (I) Water (ESZ I, 2, 3}abOve;diveFsion6fstreams/ riversshollid Qe'
allow"ect ,"ror pOwer projects, It is no(:possible / feasible io stop existing diversion of streams for '
j>rojeds been within laws and they are
essential , for the human developmenis. If this is accepted, then ' most of the
hydropOwerstatiorn; including Koyna (t960MW),GhatgbaT H.E,P, (250 MW), Tata H.E. power
s tations (447 MW), etc, will have to be stopped which will Cause huge irreparable Joss to the State,
This will cause havoc in all development sectors of the Maharashtra State, The Government of
Maharshtra Slrongly objects to any such restrictions ! unilateral impositions which are bad in law as
well. The Koyna, Ghatghar, Tillari and Tata H,E. Projects contribute about 25% of State's total
installed power generation capacity. Abruptly stopping power generation through these proj ects
based on above ill-logical recommendations will not only adversely affect industrial and agriculture
sector in the state but also severely affect Mumbai city & Metropolitan region 'as far as their po'-:"er / '
demand is concerned, V
(ii) Recommendation of WGEEP: Catchment area _ment in a phased maMer
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Thedovemrneilt of Maharshtrais against regulation as tne
5ufficienttotake action.
(iii) of WGEEP: Dams and theimal IX"Ojects tHat liav'; crossed theirviable nfe
, span (for threshold is to be manner,
, Comrnenb lkdamsarebuilt Considering a lifespan of &bout 100 years and 30,50 Their'
life can be by to suitab'le ineasures if requinid" II is mit"
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justifiable to decommission the dams and hydro projeds".Ibai the so called ,lifespan of
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3D-50 years. Ifatall decommissioning is felt necessary ,in case of certain dams,we have to think and
plan ! projects '50 that accrual ofbenelits
further for the overall h..;man development. The GovemmeDt of Maharshtra strongly objects to any
irrational! ill-logical decommissioning of structures, If this'iII-logical recommendation is accepted,
then th"'induslrial"'& agriculture sector along with nlanybig cities, towns & villages in the State will
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Kerala been onl)' 26 .and .15t.lukas respectively in Thus Maharashtra State will bemosl
adversely 8ff";'ied . .The · recommendations of the practical and do not take · into
. consideratiOn .Iocal . needs. rivers with. height of 5 mtrsare only permissible ror
ib.t ioo with consent o(Jwge no. of power stat jons' is a diilstit. : I
of ar<1und 4000 MW shortage of.eleetricity In the Siate.Even .windj,owet· .
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. projeCts. are .gri. .Iand to land is. alsor.estri<:ted, thus installathm of new .. . . / . /
sub.statlORS; gndhnes WIll be ha,mpereq. : . .. . . . . . . .. . . . \..,/" : .
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So far as !be bydro-electricprojec!S areconcemed, projects 3 meters must be allowed if there is .
no subniergence of fote.st·and protecled·area and further less tBllp 1000 ·trees are being felled. Such projects
may OO·considcred in non-forest areas. Thus hydroelectric projects outside the forest protected area may /
be allowed if they n,lfill the .criteria laid down in the existing fr3ltlework of laws. . . V
3 (e) Trllllsportation Projects
Transpon sector is closely connected with Power sector. The report prohibits new railway lines,
major roads, new highways, expressways. This will hamper the development of linkages io Power sector
adversely. Thus these recommendations ire not conducive for energy sector and hence are opposed by the
Govmllnenl of Maharashtra. The Railway projects reaching ports which are essential either due to
connectivity toimportant economic centres or due to gecgraphic factors may be approved with environment
3( d) Mlniiog
. A complete ban 00 mining .and eXtraction of site specific mirieraJe.g. bauxiteaitdir.on ore . which are found · . ..
in specific )lOCkets, is also objectionable. With a view of optiinaJuiilisaiionof such scarce minerals, ii wiH
. . . .00 apprcPriate on such is . restricted to. forest and ESZ-J.
· the. iitterestof the econoin; or the cour;t!)'; the mining sCarce minerals may. be. allowed • ..
· ·butside the forest and piotected areas with strict · Impact Mitigation Measur!'S. The · . .
mining and of stoneSisandwhlch.:re.cthenvise not specific cculd be baitned in ESZ-I·. \ / ..
;3 (e) Agrin. ... ral Sect!)f .
Inthe:agricwiure Sector, the recolnmendatiori of giving to farmerslo shift tc local tree cropS I fruit
. crops is The Government of India provide for incentives te farmerS if they shift from
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.. be very adversely affected as far as their water .requirements are concerned. Almost every dty ot
.. town is fully dependent on a dam for its waterneeds. The City of Pune is totally dependent on water
supply through 125 years old Khadakwasla darn, about50years old Panshet dam & about 25 year;
old Varasgaon dam. City of Karad &8angli are dependent on about 50 years old Koyna dam for
'domestic water requirements. Same is.1he
case
for Mumbai aod Thane metropolitan cities. There are
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many examples of such city & dam combinations. Hence, will it be worth, logical & practicable to
abnIptly stop ·wate;· supply to all cities & towns in the State after decommissioning 30-50 years o.ld
dams merely based on above recommendation_
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.. its entirely & should flOt be at byany streich ofimagination./
• of WGEEP: All project categories to be jointly <>perated by LSGs and
. Power Soar<\:( with strict monitoring under DECs.
Comments-: It is not feasible to operate all power projects jointly because the generated power is
supplied to Slate grid.
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Government of Mabarashtra
To,
The Secretary,
Planning Commission,
Y oj ana Bhavan,
Government of India,
New Delhi 1.0001.
No. FLD 201IlCR-203IF-IO,
Revenue & F Qte9".
Room no. 456 Annex, Hutatma
Rajguru Chowk, Madam Cama
Marg, Mantralaya, Mumbai 400032.
Dated: 4th September, 2012._

Sub: Report of the Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel
Ref: Your D. O. letter no. 12074/2 (28) I05-E&F, Dated 4th June, 2012.
Sir,
Please refer your letter mentioned above, addressed to the Chief Secretary of
Government of Maharashtra.
2. Government of Maharashtra, vide letter no. FLD 201l1CR 167/F-1O, dated 13th
January, 2012 and no. FLD 20111CR2031F-1O, dated 25
th
January, 2012 has already
submitted its comments on the recommendations of Western Ghats Ecology Expert
Committee headed by Dr. Madhav Gadgil. Copies of these letters are enclosed for your
kind perusal.
With regards,
. Yours faithfully,
Encl: As above.
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- P1j Me-h
_ Ad v/se:r
E:\F·IO\Drafi SakrLdoc
Email id=undersecretaryfl O@gmaiLcom
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To,
GOVERNMENT OF MAHARASIITRA
No. FLD 20111CR 203/F-I0
Revenue & Forest Department,
Room no. 456/461 (Annex),
Hutatma Rajguru Chowk,
Madam Cama Marg,
Mantralaya, Mumbai 400032.
Dated, ...1.1 February, 201,3-
Dr. K. Kasturirangan,
Chainnan,
High Level Working Group,

... firristry cfEn'l!rCn;nent &
Government of India, New Delhi
Sub: Comments of State Government on the Questionnaire.
Ref: Your D. O. Letter no. 1I11201O-RE(ESZ), dated 30/08/2012.
Sir,
This Government has submitted comments vide letter no. FLD 20111 CR
1671F-1O, dated 13
th
January, 2012 (Annexure-I) with its specific comments regarding various
recommendations ofWGEEP.
2. Subsequently, the High Level Working Group has had detailed discussion with
Hon'ble Chief Minister, in presence of People's Representatives from different regions of
Western Ghat, in the State of Maharashtra. During the said discussion the State Government
has reiterated its reservations regarding some of the recommendations made by the WGEEP.
A hard copy ofthe Power Point Presentation made by the State Government to the High Level
Working Group is enclosed as Annexure -II.
3. The comments of this Government with respect to the questionnaire received vide
letter dated 30
th
August2012 are as under -
I (a) The State Government expresses its concerns the recommendation of the WGEEP
regarding the delineation of the Western Ghat Area into 3 types of Ecologically
Sensitive Zone, viz. ESZ-l , 2 and 3. The State Gqvernment also requests to
modify the recommendation of regUlating the mining activities in the Western
Ghat region.
I. (b) This Category is covered in the comments submitted by this Gnve.rnment
vide its letter dated 13t.'l 2012. It may be pointed here that it is desirable
E:\We$tem Ghats\HLWG commentsU!.doc
to delineate the region into 3 types of ESZs. However, as submitted by the
Government in the letter dated 13
th
January, 2012, the exact area delineated as per
the slope and forest should be under ESZ-l. The entire Taluka should not be taken
as the unit to define the ESZ. Moreover, grid size of 9 X 9 kms is too large to
identify the administrative boundaries. Moreover, the state of complete
moratorium on mining activity will not be desirable with the view of optimal
utilization of site specific minerals like bauxite & iron ore; it should be allowed to
extract with strict mining environmental mitigation measures.
The State Government has also objections for restricting the capacity of
new Hydro Electric Power Projects to 10MW and below. Large Hydro Electric
Power projects having optimal sizes and which are techno-economically viable,

should be allowed in the existing framework of laws to cope up the ever growing
power demand.
I (c) The remarks submitted by this Government vide letter dated 13
th
January, 2012,
cover all the activities which are not at all acceptable. During the discussion held
on 2011112012, the same facts were again brought to the notice of HL W G.
II & III The existing legislature and regulatory measures which are in force at present
are as follows -
II (a) 1. Maharashtra Felling of Trees (Regulation) Act, 1964
2. Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act, 1966
3. Maharashtra Land Revenue Code, 1966.
II(b) 1. Indian Forest Act, 1927.
2. Wildlife (protection) Act, 1972.
3. The Water (prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974
4. The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Act, 1977
5. Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980.
6. Air (prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981
7. Environment (protection) Act., 1986.
8. The Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991
9. The Biological Diversity Act, 2002.
The above mentioned regulatory measures are adequate to deal with the
recommendations brought out in the WGEEP report.
These regulations therefore do not need any further
improvement/alterations. Setting up of separate Western Ghat Regulatory
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Authority as envisaged in the WGEEP report is, therefore, not at all acceptable to
this Government, for the reasons mentioned in the paragraph 1 of the letter dated
13
th
January, 2012.
IV Western Ghat is a unique biogeographic region which consists of fragile eco-
system along with the habitants highly dependent on the available resources for
their livelihood. So the conservation measures had to be carefully implemented
taking into consideration the measures for livelihood of local habitants. Therefore,
the balance between conservation and subsistence issue of local habitants must be
struck within the existing framework of regulations. Local habitants are well
conversant of the value of resources of their region. Imposing further restrictions
on the pretext of heritage site recognition will definitely prove to be

counterproductive for the people who have preserved their natural resources for
several generations.
V. The detailed analysis is covered in this Government's letter dated 13
th
January,
2012 and the presentation made before the HL WG.
VI. The State Government implements the Western Ghats Development Program of
Central Government.
The above facts and submissions of this Government may please be considered
while finalizing your report.
Encl: As above.
Copy
Yours,
p ~
(Prav&IlPa@eshi)
Principal Secretary (Forests)
Principal Secretary to Hon'ble Chief Minister, Maharashtra, Mantralaya, Mumbai
~ r e t a r y (Forests), .r-.. iinistry of Envinmment & Forests, Gavernment ofIndia, New Delhi
Shri Ajay Tyagi , Joint Secretary, Ministry of Environment & Forests, Government of India,
New Delhi
Addl. Chief Secretary, (Revenue), Revenue and Forest Department, Mantralaya, Mumbai.
Secretary, Environment Department, Mantralaya, Mumbai
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...
Government of Maharashtra
To(
'-6r K. Kasturirangan,
Chairman,
High Level Working Group,
Ministry of Environment & Forests,
Government of India, New Delhi
No. FLD 20111CR 2031 Part-lIF-10
Revenue & Forest Department,
Room no. 456/461 (Annex),
Hutatma Rajguru Chowk.
Madam Cama Marg.
Mantralava. Mumbai 400032.
Dated. 16
th
February. 2013.
Sub: Comments of State Government on the Questionnaire.
Sir,
Ref: 1) Your D. O. Letter no. 1I11201O-RE(ESZ), dated 30108/2012.
2) This Governmenf s letter of even no. dated 11 th February, 2013
This Government has submitted comments on your lener referred a 1 aN)\ e_
vide (iJ\otf lener cbted 11 th F ebrualY, 20 13 at _ ·0. _ .
In continuati01; to that lenet. the comments received from Industries
Department of Government of Maharashtra are enclosed for your consideration.
The facts and submissions of this Government may please be considered while
finalizing your report.
Yours,
Encl: As above.
(S 1;;: Gaur )
Joint Fore.::-.:: I
Copy
Princi _ .i -b:e _I: . il..Ii ef.. _
Secretary (Forests), ofE ."Jnment & Forests, Government of India . -e, · D !hi
Shri Ajay Tyagi, Joint _ of Environment & Forests, Government of India
New Delhi
Dr. Amit Love, Deputy Director. ing Commission, Government oflndia, New Delhi.
Addl. Chief Secretary, (Revenue _ ·enue and Forest Department, Mantralaya, Mumbai.
Secretary, Environment Departm-- _ fantralaya, Mumbai
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The comments of Industries Department on Western Ghat Ecology Expert Panel
(WGEEP) Recommendation/ Suggestion related to Industries Department are as under:
Page No. Description Industries Departments Comments
2 Summary :- In the summary on Page no.2 Recommendations of the Committee
Panel has recommended an indefinite for indefinite moratoriurn for new
3
moratorium on new environmental environmental clearance is not
clearances for mining In Ecologically justified by the committee. The
Sensitive Zones 1 and2, a phasing out of carrying capacity In respect of
I mining in 1 for Ratnagiri & Sindhudurg I
2016 and contmuatlon of eXlstmg mining In Dlstnct IS not defined. The carrying I
Ecologically Sensi tive Zone 2 under strict I capacity may be defi ned first for these
regulation with an effective system of social I two districts. However, the I
audit. It is also recommended that 111 moratorium should be indefinite, it I
Ecologically Sensitive Zones 1 and 2, no should have been over by 31
51
new polluting (red and orange category) December. _01 1 as envisaged.
industries, which would include coal-based Similarl) , all the red & orange
I
power plants, shoul d be permitted to be ' of industries are not of equal
established; the exi sting red and orange pollut ion potentials hence these may
category industries should be asked to be deci ed depending on pollution
switch to zero pollution by 2016, again with loa of in hi uar industry and this
an effective s)6tem of social audit. should be applicable to large red
category industries only. SSI Units &
Medium scale units which are located
in MIDC areas may be permitted with
the concepts of zero discharge effluent
as suggested.
Mandate of the Panel :- In the mandate it is After studying ma!1.date given to ine
mentioned that in the Point No.3 panei and observations thereof of the
recommendation & conservation, protection
,
& of the We:-.e G_ --
committee. it i felt tha! _ WCS ay
, I Region foHm g a comprehensive I the permissiu:ts expanjons of the re
I I consultation pr -- -- involving people and I & orange categories of the industries.
I I Government of -< concerned States.
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I On the Page in the Box I: I no. I by the committee are not
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Development by Exclusion : Lote MIDC i acceptable. Whereas,
and pollution of Dabhol creek. I already informed comments to the[
Environment Department,
Government of Maharashtra on the
study to of the WGEEP from 4th to
11th October 2010, the role of MIDC I
about the Abhyas Ghat & meetings I
related to vide this office letter I
I nos.358 & 360 dtd.09.04.2011 (Copies I
I enclosed), the cognizance of which i.
not taken by committee. I
16-17 Ecologically Sensitive Zones . :- WGEEP There are already sensitive area
recommends the adoption of a graded or notified by the MoEF viz. Dahanu,
layered approach, and suggests that the I Murud-Janjira. In . he proposal of the
entire Western Ghats be characterized as ecological sensitive zone of the
comprising (I) Regions of highest ommirtee it IS not clear whether
sensitively or Ecologicall Sensitive Zone I existing MIDC area in Ratnagiri &
(ESZl), (2) Regions of high sensitivity or Sindhudurg District are within the or
ESZ2, and the remaining (3) Regions of outside the ESZ. This requires
moderate sensitivity or ESZ3
be excluded from the ESZ (lreas.
I
Proposed guidelines/ summary En ironment Depanment Go\ernrnent
recommendatIOns for sector-wise activities . of 1aharashtra --
:- In the ESZl it is mentioned no new ! poli \" for red. ......... ,.,,....
I •
polluting (red and orange category) industD
industries: for existing industries to
I LCiO pollution b 2016 and be subject to
I
_009.
strict regulation and socia! audit.
the industry
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potential & distance criteria as per me I
A-I, A-II, A-III & A-IV of the notified I
I river is already defim:d. Hene'p. r.ew !
=


2'1r
1
"
I of red category list in Annexure -IV
of the classification of industry (Red,
Orange & Green Category). The list A
is mainly industry identified by
Ministry of Environment & Forest,
Govt. of India as heavily polluting and I
covered under Central Action Plan in I
I
this list there are 18 types of sub I
I categories. These types of industries I
- I can be restricted in ESZ) area except _
I MIDC industriai areas which are I
I already established & MIDC has
I
I provided environmental infrastructure
faciiities. Whereai in the list B
indicates less polluting activity
compared to industries as the listed in
I A & there are 41 sub categories of the
industries in list B. (List enclosed).
Similarly, in the orange category there
are 2.t sub ategories in \\.i
medium polluting industries &: 1 -
pOlluting industries are included such I
as, hotels & restaurant, automobile
servicing station, Malted food, Food I
including fruits and vegetaole
processing, Non-aicoholic beverages
(soft diinks), Fish processing etc. The I
I activity of these industries mainiy I
I depend upon the ra," material which is
a\-aila Ie i ~ 2 . I l ~ . Ht - - . ~ ~ '.
restri ted in E Zl area
already established. ,
Similarly, MoEF, New Delhi has
I also issued a notification for setting up
I of the industry as per their guidelines I
L-______ -L ________________________________ I _ _ _ _ _ _ - I
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estern[ 1 ] .doc 3


1
on 1411 September, 2b06.
notification also there are 39 types 01
projects or activity which requires EC.
The MoEF decides the grant/refuse the
permission depending on the EI
report. Hence, the separate
recommendation of WGEEP will
I contribute more confusion for
I implementing the policy.
I
Thus there is a overiapping of '
RRZ policy while identification of
ESZ areas suggested by committee.
45 Committee has also made restriction to non Green industries does not contribute
45
polluting green/ blue industry in ESZ I area .
I
pollution of air & hazardous
waste, hence there should not have
any restricti on for green category
industries. Whereas, there is no
I category of industries called "blue" in
the notification issued by
Environmental Department
Government of Maharashtra (15
described above. MoreO\ er.
I
I committee has no
I type of induslries.
creating e
I impleme
Committee has also pre_ restriction of I In inuu..:.uL ....
red, orange green & bl ue in E Z2 & ESZ3 Sindhu
area.
established CETP.
I environmental infrastructures like I
I effluent collection! disposal systems, I
!. L,-:e P .....:-Sh. -::... -
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RRZ policy, EC Policy & Costal Zone
Management Policy. ifupgradation of
CETP & collection! disposal system is
required, MIDC is also taking care of
the same. Hence, there should not be
ban on any type of industry in MTDC
II area particularly
mentioned above.
In . thc district
71 Ratnagiri & Sindhudurg District - The committee has not considered the
I Committee has mentioned pollution from views MIDC which are already
industry if also well above legal!y informed
permissible limits. Consequently, there is Department
to the Environment
as stated above.
I
much social discord, especially because Moreover, committee has met farmers
people firmly believe that the law and order & local only. It seems that
machinery is being misused to protect the views of industries association/
illegal activities. entrepreneurs are not observed. MIDC I
I has already received representations
from various industries not requiring
E.C. & having zero discharge for
release of the restrictIon on the
activity in Ratnagiri & Sindhudurg
District which are located in notified
I industrial areas. These industries are I
I also SSI units. Hence, the committee i
I recommendation can not be accepted. I
73 Drinking of Pol!uted Stream by the I Committee's remark is based on j
Sarpanch Kotavale of CETP Lote I misleading information given by the I
Parshuram & also in 2000, around 30 school local people. MIDC has already given I
children near Lote MIDC became the clarification on this vide letter I
unconsci ous due to inhalation of poisonous I no.358 dtd.09.0.! .2011 Ho\\c\ . l: 15
gases.
92-93 & I Appendix 2:
96 I vaiious Western
have nut be con idered b ' e
Committee while finalization of the I
. i
report.
osed assignment of In case of Maharashtra, Talukas I
ats Talukas to ESZ I, I assigned to ESZ 1 are about 29 in J
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5


~ l ~ r l .
ESZ2 and ESZ3.
various districts like ' KolI{upur;. I
Appendix 3: Proposed ESZI, and ESZ2 Nashik, Pune, Raigad, Ratnagiri ,
assignment of various Western Ghats Satara, Sindhudurg & Thane. i
talukas for which less than 50% area is Whereas, it is not clear about areas of
within the Western Ghats boundary. the taluka covered in ESZ 1 or part of
it or whether MIDC areas which are
already established are excluded or
included. Similarly, in case of ESZ2,
total 4 nos. of talukas are included I
I from Ahmednagar, Nashik, Ratnagiri I
& Thane districts. Whereas, in ESZ3
about 12 no. of talukas from
Ahmednagar, Kolhapur, Nandurbar,
Nashik, Pune, Iiaigad, Ratnagiii,
Satara & Thane are covered.
Similarly, committee has
proposed ESZ 1 & ESZ2 assignment of I
!
WGEEP for which less than - o ~ o area
is within the western ghat boundary.
In this case also in ESZ 1 there are 8
no of taluka from Nashik. Sangli,
Pune & Ahmednagar & under E Z1
I area there are _3 no of talukas in
Nashik, Sangli, Thane, Dhul,
Ratnagiri, Solapur, Pune, Ko!hapur •
i Ahmednagar & . atara districts. In this
I
· case al<;() it is no lear \\ hether th.,
"AI"r . h
! ;'1'. LA.. areas \\ I re _ .
establi hed are in 1 ed
As per Page No.93 of repo;-t of committee, there are 10 districts
comprising of 45 Talukas under ESZI. ESZ2 & ESZ3. In this additional 3
districts comprising of 8 talukas & addi i i 19 u h .. · . .. in abO\
included on Page No.95 of report. Thus.. otal i
talukas are included iii report. Out of these 7 _ taltAas,
'at are35
are being affected due to in orporati in the report of committee and
muratorium should be rerno.. without.. er delay. In the view of above,
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moratorium in Maharashtra imposing any restriction on putting / setting up or
operating any industry in Maharashtra should be urgently removed without
further delay. Their committee' s recommendations should be out rightly rejected
as mentioned above and also because there're several policies to maintain eco &
environment standard are already in place and these are being implemented in
Maharashtra. Hence, in compliance to above, it is felt that MIDC areas may be
exempted from the action being taken in accordance with the WGEEP's report of
20 II considering the following facts.
1) MIDC has taken initiative in abatement of environment pollution by
establishment of CETPs/ STPs, alongwith effluent collection & disposal system,
Hazardous waste treatment & disposal facilities & Green belt development by
giving land at nominal rate of Rs.lI- per m2, giving financial assistance in form
of subsidy of 25% of project cost. •
2) Wherever the performance of CETPs is not satisfactory it is decided to upgrade
the same by adopting new modern technology.
3) MIDC has stopped granting permission for new allotment lexpansion within
industria! areas in Sindhudurg & Ratnagiri Districts, since issue of moratorium.
4) MIDC is already following directions issued vide RRZ & CRZ policy of
Environment Departmer:t GfGoMi MoEF, G.O.1.
5) It is proposed that Oli': peilllissior. for allotment /expansion may be granted by
inviting individual industry
a) to obtain Environment Clearance at tbeir own ifrequired & follow norms laid
in consent granted by MPCB stringently.
b) zero discharge i.e. recycle & reuse in their own premises till the up gradation
of existing CETP.
c) Solid hazardous waste shaH be disposed to CHWTSDFs (Comprehensive
Hazardous Waste Treatment Storage & Disposal Facilitics).
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PARIMAL RAI , lAS
PR. SECRETARY
(Mines /Forest)
D.O. No. PSEC/ WG/ Cornrne nts /16/
0
Dear ~ /
I
GOVEtNMCN 1 UI"" <OVM
SECRfTARIAT. PORVORIM.
GOA! 403521
Dat e d: 2 6
th
Ma ch, 2 013.
This has reference ·to· Ministry reference seeking comments of the State of
Goa on the report of We.stern Ghat Ecology Panel(WGEEP) headed by Dr. Madhav
Gadgil and recommendations containe.d therein. In this context I arj1 directed to
convey the following . i
!
The State Government acknowledges that Western Ghats are s ~ c o n d only to
the Eastem Himalaya as a treasure trove of biological di vers'ity in Ir'jdia. It is also
aware that the Western Ghats have been subjected to unregulated hurj1an activity to
meet the requirement of social and economic development over the ears and it is
high time that a mechanism to regulate growth and devel opment ar und Western
Ghats is put in place to protect the rich heritage lest irreparable damag is caused.
Be that as it may, evolving a conservation strategy has to foli o a deliberative
process accommodating the local constraints and concern , if it i to be made
implementable. It cannot be an armchair exercise based on some n t so obj ective
parameters oblivious of local needs and requirement. The stat government
expresses its serious reservation and disagreement to the what,e exer ise and is not
in a position to accept the recommendat ions made in the Ireport. We feel that
integrating the needs of development with the desire to protec the environment, for
sustainable development has to be the key feature of the conservation strategy for
Western Ghats.
WGEEP has recommended adoption of a graded or layered approach, and
suggested that the entire Western Ghats be characterized as comprising (1) Regions
of highest sensitivity or Ecologically Sensitive Zone 1 (ESZ1 ), (2) Regions of high
sensitivity or ESZ2, and the remaining (3) Regions of moderate sensitivity or ESZ3.
These will be complementary to areas already declared as Protected Areas, which
will continue to be managed under regulations prescri bed by pertinent acts such as
the Wil dli fe Protection Act. Thus, WGEEP has come up with four color maps
spanning the entire Weste'rn Ghats depicting PAs, and ESZ1 , ESZ2 and ESZ3.
Despite lack of methodological clarity and objective and indices to
suggest a conservation framework the report has made extensive recpmmendations
about land use, developmental activities including infrastructural development and
setting up critical infrastructure related to power, water and waste The
recommendation have serious social and fiscal consequences which not been
gone into by the committee, rather they have been deliberately ignored fdr reasons best
known to them. I
I
,
The report has made extensive recommendations about setting I up of industry
and allowing existing industries to continue subject to strict environme al control and
zero pollution by 2016 in Zone-I and II and permits setting up of new in ustries only in
Zone-III subject to strict regulation. The recommendation has serious impli cation for
economic development of state of Goa.
, I
The report recommends setting up of Western Ghat Ecology Authority
which would be responsible 'for various developmental approval s directly infringing the
authority of the State Government in matters contained in the State Us!. The report
recommends a State level Authority as well but with very limited advisory role. The
central Authority has been vested with powers to issue directives to or regulate
any activity that may have adverse impact on the western Ghats r' nd have also
recommended conferring poiNers to enforce compliance of its orders b making them
binding on the State Governments in total deviance to democratic traditions and
principles of participatory and inclusive governance to wr.ich the St te of Goa is
committed .
The report recommends that most of the developmental proje ts , location of
Industry, land use planning and any other activity havi ng adverse impa t shall have to
be placed before the Authority; it has not defined properl y what would b construed as
offending activity thereby giving omnibus power to Central Authority in to al disregard of
the federal principles enshrined in and guaranteed by the Consti tution f Indi a. Since
the Central Authority has been vested with all powers to decide IEco-sensitive Zones
without any say of the State Government, it would seriously fetter the authority of State
in planning and development based on local needs.
Further, the report d has made recommendations about mining operations
suggesting stopping all mining activity in Zone I by 2016, moratorium on fresh leases in
Zone II and regulated and sustainable mining in Zone III without analyzing the
consequences. The Western Ghats are rich in iron, manganese and bauxite ores in
parts of their ranges . These are being extracted on a large scale and exported in ore
form, from Goa. With the stringent recommendations made in the report it would be
almost impossible to carryon sustainable mining operation resulting in serious
economic and social disruption. In this context it is relevant to add that mining operation
can only be carried out where ore is available and we cannot confine them to a zone
without carefully studying and analysing the availability of ore and operational and
economic feasibility considerations. We feel that sustainable mining is necessary;
scarce and precious natural resciurces can and should not be left unexploited , it would
have serious social and economic consequences for a state like Goa which has limited
land and is constrained to ta'ke up much economic activity due to its small size.
".. While the government of Goa is committed to conserve its natural lheritage but at
the same time it is also conscious of the impact of of the Western
Ghat panel report on the mining operations hitherto being pursued' as one of the most
important economic activity and future economic and social developmental needs.
Mining has been going on in the state since Portuguese time, and is the main stay of
the Goan economy. It generates revenue of 1200 crores and directly and indirectly
employs over a lakh persons in various activities associated with mining and export of
iron ore. Moreover, a good number of local entrepreneurs and others have contracted
heavy financial exposure and are engaged in supply of heavy mining machinery and
equipment and transport and Tran's shipment of the are through a fleet of 26000 trucks,
400 Barges. While the state is totally against reckless mining at the cost of ecology and
environment but sustainable mining in the state cannot be stopped. However, if
restrictive recommendations contained in the report , ignoring the local constraints, are
accepted it is bound to adversely impact mining in the state ruining the economy of
state and unleashing deprivation due to loss of income opportunity and employment
leading to below par living standards thereby causing protest and dissent.
The report totally ignores the :Iand constraints faced by the State. The State of Goa
is the 3
rd
smallest State in the 'Union; the total geographical area is only 3702 sq . Kms.
And out of that,
a) An area of 1250 sq .. ·kms. Is under forest (protected/reserved/ private) which is
about 34.63% of the total geographical area;
b) That out of the said area under forest , 62% i.e., 755.35 Sq. Kms. has been
declared as' National Park / and or Wild Life Sanctuary;
c) Further, an area .cif approximately 70 sq. Kms. failS under the Coastal Regulation
Zone.
d) In fact , the total Jand mass available to the State of Goa, from various
restrictions would further be reduced by 196.80 sq. Kms. i.e. u8 to 5.32% on
account of rivers , lakes, and other water bodies. ;
!
,
,
e) Also approxirTIately 40% of the land is under agriculture which tT government
has decided should not be diverted.
Insofar as restrictions are concerned about 45% of the area availJble in Goa is
under one form of restriction or the other. In the event, the agricultural is also to be
considered almost 85% of the area available in the State of Goa would je unavailable
for further development.
. I
Besides restrictions ' referred to above the state is subject to land use restrictions on
many other accounts. The state has a large number of . histori cal monuments that are
. covered by the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act, 1958
that imposes serious restrictions on enjoyment of property rights in protected areas. The
norms provide for a perimeter cover ranging from 100 meters to 200 meters around
protected area and undertaking any development work is prohibited without the
permission of the Central Government.
I
,
The state is blessed with seven rivers and cover a length of 253 KM !approximately;
The state is committed to conserve its natural heritage by regulating development
around the rivers and henCe has subjected the areas around rivers under Coastal Zone
. ,
Regulation with a no development zone of 100 meters from the bank ,bf rivers on all
,
sides thereby imposing serious land use restriction.
,
,
The state's coastal are:s are full of mangroves and khazan land development
around mangroves or on khazan land is banned by the state as a voluntary
measure to protect our ecological heritage and maintain ecological bala1ce. The state is
home to Western Ghats and allied ranges and in order to protect the f atural physical
character of topography the state has banned all development on and around hills or
Western Ghats slopes,
I
I
,
The state is urbanizing at a very fast pace and out of total 49,76%
population lives in urban areas and small towns occupying 15% of t1e geographical
area, The decadal growth of urban population is very high, 39,78% a ' d such pace is
bound to make tall claim on the land for settlement besides soci I and physical
infrastructure and infrastructure and facilities for income generation nd employment
through industrial and allied activities incl uding service industry, Furt er, the existing
population density of Goa is 3901 Sq. K,M which is above national a rage and if we
account for areas that are not available for development due to restriction that
are applicable namely,Forest, CRZ, etc, the resultant density may touc,h two thousands
making it impossible to manage, It is for these reasons that are peculia( to Goa, that the
state deserves special dispensation in terms, imposi ng any restriction impacts land
use or other social or economic actiVity' or enterprise, j
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The State of Goa has been pro-active in protecting and lnvironment and
has strictly regulated di version of forest land or land falling wi thin ecb sensitive zone,
The proactive stance of the State should not be penalized by ignoring the constrains of
developm'ent and growth of the State and the local ground realiti s and imposing
constrains for future growth of the State, The State is in no position to accept further
stringent restriction on development of land and land use includin settlement and
creation of allied infrastructure including industrial and infrastruct ure d velopment in and
around Western Ghats located on eastern side of the state running fro north to south.
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The state government seriously feels that while it may be absolutely necessary to
have conservation strategy for Western Ghats but it should be based on local
constraints rather than on a one size fit all approach. The tradeoff between growth and
development needs of the state and impending obligation to protect the ecology and
environment has to be chosen carefully and in such manner that it addresses local
constraints and concerns so that it does not lead to protest and dissent from locals who
would face the impact of the adoitional land use constraints imposed due to acceptance
of the recommendations of"WGEEP report . In view of the above any further restriction,
as contemplated in the recommendations of the WGEEP would spell economic disaster
insofar as the State of Goa is concerned and therefore are not acceptable.
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A careful analysis .of the report suggests that the report without ' any basis has
assumed that the states hflVe failed and they cannot be entrusted the responsibility of
protecting Western Ghats., The State Government or the were never
consulted and . based on advice of experts the report was pr¢pared making
recommendations that would adversely impact the fiscal health of State besides
serious consequences for social and economic development in the Slate. Objective
observation by experts is good while drafting a report but at ti';;-bs participatory
observation in the form of involvement of local stakeholders and StatJ Government is
critical when it comes to issues like ecology and environment , especiall¥ to address the
local concerns and constraints. I
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The recommendations made in the report suffer from following infim-jilies:
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Serious implication for social and economic development. I
Imposes serious constraint on land use. I
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Restricti on on development of physical and social infrastructure.
Restrains economic activity.
Loaded against not so well developed but well endowed states that started their
journey late.
Negates the endow'ment benefit on the name of ecology.
No analysis of fiscal" and social impact
Misplaced believe that one more regulation would do the trick.
Instead of putting premium on compliance the approach is reptri ction centric- it
would only alienate masses and overawe them with strict m1asures leading to
dissent" and protest. I .
An attempt to cure the symptom rather than cure the disease.
• It has not gone into realities of why is ecol ogy threatened, ho we can introduce
optimalily and recognize trade off.
Fails to understand tbat every economic and social purs it shall consume
environment and ecology as an input to some degree and at is needed is a
careful strategy that creates condition for vol untary co pliance by using
technology to minimize damage rather than complete b,'
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• Cure market failures; the report assumes that it is not the market but the states
have failed.
• Glorifies incompatibility of growth and development with ecology and
environment ignoring that it is not either or.
• It forgets that compromises are necessary if we want to provide decent living
standards to the people of the state; growth would not come free, the aim should
be to minimize damage and maximize return rather than opting for shunning all
activity.
The report forgets. that every good cause is wo'rth some inefficiency and it has to
be accepted, addressed and accommodated in the strategy for sustainable
development.
• Creates rivalry between ecology and development and ' the approach is fraught
with dangerous cortSequences.



Ignores .that the entire state would fall in eco sensitivE! zone and the
recommend<;ltions of WGEEP if accepted would make it almpst impossible to
undertake economic pursuits and social and economic development; what
Maharashtra.and.Karnataka can sustain Goa may not . !
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Negates the endowment advantage of a small state like is it the fault of
peopie' of Goa if it is,well endowed? l
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Ignores already existing restriction in form of CRZ- , Ri ver Basin,
Hills and Slopes; the new restriction would exclude hundreds 4f Sq. KM of area
from any meaningful economic and social activity leavinl' very little for
development, approximately 15 to 17% of the total land area which is too little to
the desires and aspiration of people of Goa af,d therefore not
acceptable.
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Admittedly there are serious lacunae in the report . The relied upon has
not incorporated considerations of habitat continuity. It is also "yeak in terms of
mformatlon on streams, rivers and other wetlands , as well as grpund water, and
further careful work is needed to identify, protect and sustainably ' anage aquat ic
habitats and water resources. It has also not undertaken any exten ive compilation
of pertment mformatlon and assignment of levels of ecological s nsitivity to the
plains and coastal portions falling in the Western Ghats with specific eference to the
local Inhabitants and their traditionally-driven activities I earning initiat ves.
The imposition of restrictions envisaged in ' the report for ESZ-1, accounts
for more that 30% of the geographical area .of the State (outside the protected areas)
would restrain the local . Panchayat Raj Institutions from carrying out! any local site-
specific traditional activities to meet the requirements of basic housing ,
small-scale enterprises, rural economi c activities, thus putting on hold all socio-
econom\c-oemograph\c growth m these areas. \mp\emen tior) of the
recommenda\\ons amounts to negating the endowment benefit the name of
ecology \n rural areas wh\ch \s not acceptable to the State Governm nt. .
We feel that Instead of putting premium on compliance the approach is restriction
centric. It would only alienate masses and overawe them wi th strict measures
leading to dissent and protest. The recommendations are loaded agai nst not so well
developed but well endowed states that started their journey late, which is unfair and
not acceptable.
As regard to constitution of Western Ghat Ecology Authority (WEGA) , the State
Government is of the view that it encroaches on the powers of the State Government
and is against well establiihed federal principles. Subjects like land use planning,
location of industries, infrastructure developments are within the domain of State
Government but with . the constitution of the Authority the freedom of the State .
Government would be seriously curbed and is not acceptable. In a federal set-up
when you choose to impose restrictions on subjects which squarel y fall in State's
domain wider consultation is a must to understarid the impact and implications.
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However, the State Government or the local stakeholders were never consulted
while preparing the report or finalizing the recommendations.
While making recommendations that have fiscal , social and other impacts
impinging o'n ' growth and development of the State their impact must be analyzed
and explained in detail which this is totally missing .in the report . In view of serious
implications on State's ability to undertake growth and developme(lt measure, the
recommendations ' must be fine-tuned to suit the twin objecti ve of c?nservation and
growth. One size fits all is a simplistic way of answering questions of
ecology and environment and should be avoided. The ground realitjes obtaining in
every State must be understood carefully before making t o make
them acceptable and palatable. i
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Further, while the report has made recommendati ons that haJe far reaching
fiscal consequences it has not gone into mechanism to compensate the state for any
loss of revenue it may have to suffer and its impact on econo/nic and social
development. A report cannot recommend restrict ions on spatial and land-
use without .analyzing alternati ves and impact on exi sting activities
e.g. Mining ,Industry, tourism, fishery, local handicrafts etc. Alternale land-use, as
has been recommended in the report , cannot be arbitrarily confined tJ zones without
detailed feasibility study. Moreover, size of the State must be kepi in mi nd whil e
suggesting any site-specific recommendations whi ch is totall y lacking In the report .
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The recommendations have never been discussed at the grass-r ot level whi ch
is a must especially when rights and livelihood of inhabitants is li kel y t be adversel y
impacted. It is nothing but autocratic decision making oblivious of v ices from the
ground and local concerns and constraints. Such unilaterali sm m prove t o be
detrimental to the interest of envi ronmental protections as it cannpt be secured
without people' s participation.
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obtaining in every State must be understood carefully before making
recommendations to make them acceptable and palatable.
Further, while the report has made recommendations that have far reaching
fiscal consequences it has not gone into mechanism to compensate the state for
any loss of revenue·it may have to suffer and its impact on economic and social
development. A report cannot recommend restrictions on spatial planning and
land-use without anal yzing alternatives and impact on existing socio-economic
activities e.g. Mining ,Industry, tourism. fishery, loc'i'l handicrafts etc. Alternate
land-use, as has been recommended in the report, cannot be arbitrarily confined
to zones without detailed feasibility study. Moreover, size of the State must be
kept in mind while suggesting any site-specific recommendations which is totally
lacking in the report ..
The recommendations have never been discussed at the grass-root level
which is a must especially when rights and liveiihood of inhabitants is likely to be
adversely imp·acted. It is nothing but autocratic decision making oblivious of
voices from the ground and local concerns and constraints. Such unilateralism
may prove to ' be detrimental to the interest of environmental protections as it
cannot be secured without people's participation.
In view. of the submission above recommendations contained in the WGEEP
report are ' not acceptable to the State of Goa. The State Government is of the
view that the whole report needs to go through a consultative , deliberations to
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accornmodate local constraint and concerns and make it qonform to well
established federal principles. A ' (
1\\.111, r sincerely -
[ '/. G:,. 'b' "
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Rai)
Secretary
Depa1ment of Forest
Govermen of Goa
Dr. V. Raj agopalan, lAS
Secretary,
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Ministry of Forest and Environment
Government of India,
Paryavaran Shawan, New Delhi.
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Response of Government of Karnataka



¾Western Ghats Ecology Authority (WGEA)
oUndemocratic
oUncalled for interference in the state’s sphere
of authority
oDuplication of existing institutional structures



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¾Western Ghats boundary delineation needs
improvement – ideally at village level
¾Declaring the entire Western Ghats region as
Eco-sensitive is problematic. Developed
areas need separate treatment.
¾Local community consultation needed for
demarcating eco-sensitive zones. Should be
balanced with larger interests.

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Paraofthereport Recommendation
Para 2.1(Wateruse) of
Part-II of the report.
a) Measures for mitigation / improvement :
Recommendations No.4, 7, 8, 9 & 11 are acceptable.



Para 2.2(Agriculture)
of Part-II of the report
Measures for mitigation / improvement :
Recommendations No. 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15,
18 & 19 are acceptable, subject to the condition that Central
Government agrees to provide the required subsidies to the
farmers in the Western Ghats areas for the financial loss that
they may suffer, as suggested in the report.

Para 2.12(Scienceand
Technology) of Part-II
of the report
Measures for mitigation / improvement in the area of Science
and Technology are acceptable.

Para2.4(Fisheries)
ofPart-IIofthe
report
IssuesofConcern:
Fisheries
Habitatloss,includinglossofmangrovesisa
concernsharedbytheKarnatakaForest
Department.
Para 2.5(Forests
andBiodiversity) of
Part-II of the report

Recommendation with regard to Forest and
Biodiversity are all acceptable to the Karnataka Forest
Department. KFD has been proactive in the
implementation of the FRA as is evident from the
progress achieved in the state. Out of the 1,63,038
applications received by the Forest Rights Committee
(FRC), 1,62,743 have already been disposed.
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Para2.8EnergyandPower
EIAproceduresshouldtake
intoaccountcarryingcapacity
ofregionandalsorequire
cumulativeimpactstudies
whenpowerplantsare
plannedtobeinclusters
The State of Karnataka has already entrusted an
'Ecological Carrying Capacity study of the Western
Ghats in Uttara Kannada District' being conducted
by the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore for
which a budget of Rs. 40 lakhs is already placed at
the disposal of IISc, Bangalore. The
recommendations of this study will be taken on
boardwhileconsideringprojectsinthis region.

Para 2.9(Tourism) of Part-II of
the report
Recommendations with regard to Tourism are all
acceptable to the Karnataka Forest Department, except
refining the Eco Tourism Policy of MOEF by WGEA. The
Karnataka Forest Department agrees to follow the Eco
Tourism Policy approved by MOEF.

Para 2.11 of
Part 2 of the
Report
Human
Settlemen
ts
Measures for mitigation / improvement :
The Report has recommended that For all
settlements and built areas/ to be
developed areas, certain types of areas
would be no-go areas, including water
courses, water bodies, special habitats,
geological formations, biodiversity rich
areas, and sacred groves
Special Economic Zones should not be
permitted










All such land use
issues are either dealt
by KTCP Act or Rules
of the Revenue
department,
depending upon the
classification of the
Town/city. Necessary
amendment to the Act
and rules will be
required for declaring
such areas as no go
areas or for banning
SEZs in Western
Ghats.





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A building code should be
evolved by the WGEA
which include inter-alia
eco-friendly building
material and construction
methods, minimising the
use of steel, cement and
sand, providing water
harvesting methods, non-
conventional energy and
waste treatment The
application or detailing of
the framework can be
done by local authorities
to suit local conditions.
This matter is already
under consideration of the
State Government and
workshops and
discussions at various
levels are being held. After
a final view is taken by the
state government,
necessary changes would
be made in the Acts and
Rules and local authorities
will be asked to implement
the same.




Para Recommendation Reason for not being
acceptable
Modification
suggested
Para 1 of summary MoEF to notify
provisionally ESZ1,
ESZ2 & ESZ3 Talukas
Taluka is a large
administrative unit
WG to be delineated
at Hobli level and at
village level in the
fringe areas
Para 6 of Part 1 Boundary delineation
criteria of forest area
(as per FSI) and
altitude
Important Talukas
such as
Haliyal,Chamrajnagar,
Kalghatgi, Hassan etc
left out
High Resolution
Satellite imageries to
be used or the
geospatial database
of the State to be
used
Para 10 of Part 1 of
the report
ESZ assignment assigning eco
sensitive zone to the
entire taluk would
lead to erroneous
zonation
It would be
appropriate to
delineate the eco
sensitive zones in the
fringe areas at the
village level only after
consultation with
local communities

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Para Recommendation Reason for not being
acceptable
Modification suggested
Para 13 of Part-
I of the report
and Para 2.7 of
Part-II of the
report
Quarry and sand
mining:
No new licence
should be given for
quarry and sand
mining in ESZ1.
Total ban on quarrying
of such materials would
bring undue hardship
to the people residing
in high forest areas.
Quarrying of material like
sand, jelly, stones,
boulders and laterite
stones needs to be
permitted on case to case
basis as these materials
are essential for various
development activities
like construction of
residential buildings ,
under strict regulations
and as per the provisions
of existing law in Western
Ghats areas.



Para Recommendation Reason for not
being
acceptable
Modification
suggested
Para 2.3 of
Part-II of the
report
Animal husbandry
Animal nutrition – feeding
and grazing it has been
suggested that grazing
restriction imposed on the
grounds of forest
conservation should be
revisited.

In this regard it
is to state that
grazing by goat
is a major
impediment to
the
regeneration of
forests
Grazing by goat
therefore needs to
be discouraged in
forests.











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Para Recommendation Reason for not being
acceptable
Modification suggested
Para 2.8 of
Part-I of
the report
and Para
13 of Part-I
of the
report
Power and Energy;
Micro and mini hydel
projects in eco sensitive
areas in the Ghats should
be designed more to meet
local power demand and
not feed to the grids as
power lines are needed.
The report has also
suggested that large
power plants are allowed
in ESZ3 with certain
regulations.
In this regard it is
stated that the
Government of
Karnataka is not
permitting the mini
hydel projects in the
forest areas of
Western ghats.
The current Government of
Karnataka Policy needs to
be followed
Para Recommendation Reason for not being
acceptable
Modification suggested
Para 2.8 of
Part-I of
the report
and Para 13
of Part-I of
the report
Power and Energy;
Recommends
regulated wind power
projects with
cumulative
environmental
impact assessment in
ESZ2 and ESZ3.
Since the western
Ghats is endowed
with many species of
avifauna and falls in
many migratory
paths of various
bird’s species,
establishing wind mill
in western ghats will
be detrimental to the
avifauna
conservation efforts.
Thus no wind power
projects should be
permitted in western
Ghats areas.










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Para Recommendation Reason for not
being acceptable
Modification
suggested
Para 2.7 of Part-II
of the report
Mining
Recommended for exclusion of
mining from ESZ1 while it has
suggested that in other eco
sensitive zones it may be
permitted on a case by case
basis.
The Government
of Karnataka has
not been in
favour of
allowing any
mining activities
in the region. All
the old mining
leases in the
region that have
expired have not
been renewed
and no new
mining lease has
been granted.
The
Honourable
Supreme Court
of India, in WP
(c) No.
562/2009, has
ordered that
“No mining
operations of
any kind in the
Western Ghats
has to be
countenanced.”

Para Recommendation Reason for not being acceptable
Para 14 of
Part 1 of
the report
Western Ghats
Ecology
Authority(WGEA)
:Mandate of
WGEA to include
regulation and
management and
planning of all
activity impacting
eco sensitive zone
of Western Ghats.
In this regard it is strongly felt that setting up new
regulatory / planning / managing body would lead to
only duplicating the functioning and authority of
existing institutions like National Board for Wildlife, State
Wildlife Board, Pollution Control Board, Bio Diversity
Board, etc.
It is suggested that it would be appropriate to further
strengthen these Institutions and Institutional
Mechanisms. Similarly the recommendations for
constitution of District Ecological Committee would also
lead to duplication
Moreover, the suggested Authority is totally undemocratic
as it has no people’s representatives on the authority.
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Para Recommendation Reason for not
being acceptable
Modification suggested
Para 2.2 of Part-II
of the report
Agriculture
Wildlife problems

Culling of wild boar
has been
recommended
which is in
contravention of
the Wildlife
Protection Act and
therefore cannot be
accepted
This recommendation needs
to be dropped
Para Recommendation Reason for not being acceptable
Para
2.5 of
Part-
II of
the
report
Forest and
Biodiversity
The Karnataka Forest Department has serious
reservations about discussions and issues of concerns
raised by the committee on the history and scientific
management of forests in Karnataka.
The biased and one sided arguments of Prof. Madhav
Gadgil, regarding the management of Forests by the
State Government are totally unacceptable.


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Para Recommendati
on
Reason for not being acceptable
Para 2.5 of
Part-II of the
report
Forest and
Biodiversity
Convert JFM into CFM
• The Report has recommended virtual replacement of the
State oriented forest management system by what is
termed as CFM (community forest management) system.
• The applicability of FRA is legally limited to areas where
either tribal communities or other forest dwellers have
rights under the provisions of FRA while the concept of
JFPM through Village Forest Committees ( in notified
forests) or Eco-Development Committees(in PAs) is
applicable to all forest areas.









¾Gundya Hydro Electric Project
¾FC Act diversion proposal under examination
¾KPCL to survey and demarcate the land, so that
tree enumeration can be carried out;
¾KPCL to provide the details of alternate lands for
compensatory afforestation.
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¾Western Ghats Task Force
¾ Malnad Development Board
¾Karnataka Bio-diversity Board
¾Karnataka Medicinal Plants Authority





ƒ The existing legal framework
ƒ the Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980 and Forest (Conservation)
Rules,
ƒ Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972,
ƒ Karnataka Forest Act, 1963 and Karnataka Forest Rules, 1969,
ƒ Karnataka Preservation of Trees Act, 1976,
ƒ Environment (Protection) Act and
ƒ Biological Diversity Act, 2002.
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THANKYOU!
"
By Speed Post
Environment & Forests
(EC-2) Department,
Secreta riat,
Chennai 9.
Letter No: 22074/EC-2/2011 - 22, Dated: 15.03.2013
From
Thiru. Mohan Verghese Chunkath, LA.S.,
Additional Chief Secretary to Government.

THIR K. KASTURIRANGAN,
MEMB 1\,
PLANNIN'G COMMISSION,
INDIA,
YOJANA BH AN,
NEW DELHI - \10 001.
Sir,
Sub: Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel Report -
High Level Working Group - Comment of the
State Government - Forwarding of - Regarding.
Ref: Your D.O. Letter No: 1/1/2010-RE (ESZ) dated
30.8.2012 addressed to the Chief Secretary,
Government of Tamil Nadu.
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With reference to your D.O. letter cited and the earlier letters received
"". --- f"Fom Government of India on this subject I send herewith the views of State
Government on the recommendations of Western Ghats Ecology Expert
Panel (WGEEP) and connected issues.
At the outset, I mention that there is no State specific
recommendation in respect of the State of Tamil Nadu and hence the views
are given on the recommendations applicable to all States in the Western
Ghats. The views of the State Government on the pOints mentioned in
para 3(1) to 3(VI) of your letter as mentioned as follows:
Para 3. I (a) The recommendations which are acceptable to State
Government:
The State Government does not accept any of the recommendations.
Many of the recommendations are found to be like after thoughts of the
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regulations already in existence for a long time in this State. Hence, ttl
question of fresh acceptability of these recommendations does not arise. As
the remarks in regard 3.1 (a) and 3.1(b) are quite lengthy they are given
separately in the Annexure to this letter.
Para 3. I (b) The recommendations which are acceptable with
modifications along with the suggested modifications and reasons
for suggesting modifications:
The response is as stated in Para 3 (1) (a).
Para 3. I (c) The recommendations which are not acceptable, along
with detailed reasons for not finding them acceptable:
The entire set of recommendations is not acceptable. The State is not
in favour of creation of an additional layer of regulatory authority in the form
of Western Ghats Ecology Authority (WGEA), as the State. is more than
adequately equipped to handle the issues connected with the conservation of
Western Ghats mentioned in the report of the Panel.
Para 3. II) What are the existing legislative and regulatory measures
taken by the State Government, as also the status of existing
institutional framework relating to ecology and environment
preservation:
In Tamil Nadu State, we are implementing following State Legislations
namely,
(i) Tamil Nadu Forest Act, 1882
(ii) Tamil Nadu Preservation of Private Forests Act, 1949
(iii) Tamil Nadu Hill Areas (Preservation of Trees) Act, 1955
(iv) Tamil Nadu Preservation of Private Forests Rules
(v) Tamil Nadu Hill Areas (Preservation of Trees) Rules, 1957
(vi) Rules for the Management of Toda Patta Lands in the Nilgiris
(specific to Nilgiris District of Western Ghats)
(vii) Tamil Nadu Timber Transit Rules 1968
(viii) Tamil Nadu Rosewood Trees (Conservation) Act, 1994
(ix) Sandalwood Possession Rules, 1970
These are basic enactments implemented in the State of Tamil Nadu
including Western Ghats.
Tamil Nadu Preservation of Private Forests Act, 1949 and Tamil Nadu
Hill Areas (Preservation of Trees Act) 1955 are ecology based legislations
enacted during 1949 and 1955 respectively.
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Tamil Nadu Preservation of Private Forests Act, 1949 enacted basically
for preserving forests on private land. In Tamil Nadu the major hilly parts
lie in Western Ghats and the State Government was aware and committed to
preserving ecology and that is the reason the Assembly passed enactment
as early as in 1949. Although the lands belong to private individuals, but its
ecology has still been intact. Similarly Tamil Nadu Hill Areas (Preservation of
Trees Act) 1955 was enacted to provide for regulation of the cutting of trees
and cultivation of land in Hill Areas in the State of Tamil Nadu. The
preamble of this Act is to stop indiscriminate cutting of trees in hill stations
in Tamil Nadu and also to prevent the deforestation and soil erosion and also
to preserve the special characteristics of the hill areas as regards landscape,
vegetal cover and climate. In a nutshell, these two legislations namely,
Tamil Nadu Preservation of Private Forests Act, 1955 and Tamil Nadu Hill
Areas Preservation Act, 1955 are totally ecology based legislations and these
have achieved their objective in this State by preserving ecology in hilly
regions especially Western Ghats.
Apart from Forest Acts and Regulations, the Goverr,ment of
Tamil Nadu constituted Hill Area Conservation Authority(HACA) by
Government Order No:44, Planning and Development Department,
Dated 2.4.1990 and Government Order No: 49, Housing and Urban
Development Department dated 24.3.2003. Under this regulatory authority,
(HACA), 9 Districts and 31 taluks falling in Western Ghats portions of Tamil
Nadu are covered. Only the State of Maharashtra has more number of taluks
(35) affected. Under this regulatory authority, agriculture, Industries,
Energy, Textile, Manufacturing of glass, rubber industry, infrastructure
projects, other projects like Holiday villages, hotel and resort complexes are
covered. Without the permission of HACA in the notified area, no activity can
be undertaken. HACA is basically intended for preserving ecology in Hill
areas including Western Ghats.
The existing State legislation like Tamil Nadu Forest Act, 1882,
Sandalwood possession Rules, Tamil Nadu Rosewood Trees (Conservation)
Act, 1994, Tamil Nadu Private Forest Act, 1949, Tamil Nadu Hill Areas
(Preservation of Trees) Act, 1955 and Authority like Hill Area Conservation
Authority are very appropriate and adequate legislations for protecting the
ecology of Western Ghats and no separate legislation jregulationsj Authority
are required. This legislative framework has been time tested and has been
upheld right up to the Hon'ble Supreme Court.
Para 3. III) What are your views on the adequacy of the existing
Central Government legislations and regulatory systems relating to
ecology and environment in the context of the issues brought out in
the WGEEP report? State Government's views on the need for their
improvement/strengthening.
The existing central legislations namely, Wildlife Protection Act, 1972,
Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980 and various Supreme court directions in
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202/ 1995 (Godavarman Tirumalpad Vs. Union of India), Environment
(Protection) Act 1986 and its subsidiary legislations are being implemented
in the State of Tamil Nadu. Further three famous tiger reserves namely,
Kalakkad Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve, Anamalai Tiger Reserve and
Mudumalai Tiger Reserve fall in Western Ghats Region of Tamil Nadu. In
these three tiger reserves notified under section 38(V) of Wildlife Protection
Act, no activities are permitted without prior permission from the Hon'ble
Supreme Court. Hence there is complete moratorium on any activity
inimical to conservate ecology in these areas. The Environment (Protection)
Act, 1986 and its subsidiary legislations are implemented in Western Ghats
Region of Tamil Nadu in letter and spirit by Tamil Nadu Pollution Control
Board and Department of Environment.
The Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 is implemented in this State in letter
and its spirit. This central legislation is governed by its schedules. Hence
the flora and fauna listed in Wildlife Protection Act enjoy protection
irrespective whether it is found in protected area or elsewhere . • Offences
pertaining to Schedule I and Schedule II animals are cognizable and non-
bailable and there is minimum punishment of three years. Hence existing
Wildlife (Protection) Act,1972 is more than adequate to protect the flora and
fauna found in Western Ghats Region of Tamil Nadu.
The Forest (Conservation) Act 1980 and various directions issued by
Supreme Court since 1996 onwards are being implemented by Tamil Nadu in
letter and spirit. Even Hon'ble Supreme Court in judgement in 202/95
(Godavarman Tirumalpad Vs Union of India) in its judgement dated
12.12.1996 have banned felling of spontaneously grown trees in Tamil Nadu.
Hence even for cutting a single tree of spontaneous growth in Tamil Nadu
including Western Ghats, a permission from Supreme Court is required.
There is no violation of Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980 and its guidelines
issued by Ministry of Environment and Forests in Western Ghats Region of
Tamil Nadu. Therefore, the existing Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980 is more
than adequate and no change is required.
The Government of Tamil Nadu is of the view that existing central
legislations namely, Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972, Forest (Conservation)
Act 1980 and Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 are more than adequate to
protect the ecology of Western Ghats and no additional central legislation/
regulatory authority is required.
Para 3. IV) What is the implication of UNESCO heritage site recognition of
some part of the Western Ghats as also of international commitments
relating to biodiversity and other environment related areas?
Based on a proposal from the Tamil Nadu Forest Department to include six
locations in the Western Ghats in Tamil Nadu as part of the serial nomination of the
Western Ghats of India, the Government of India submitted the detailed proposal to
the UNESCO for inscribing as World , Heritage Site. The World Heritage
4
Committee has recommended the inscription of Western Ghats (India) and
the UNESCO has inscribed Western Ghats (India) under the World Heritage Site
(Natural Properties) in its 36
th
Session held in 2012. The Western Ghats were
inscribed under criteria 9 and 10 of the Operational Guidelines of the World Heritage
Convention. The sub-clusters for Tamil Nadu include Kalakad-Mundanthurai Tiger
Reserve, Srivilliputtur Wildlife Sanctuary, Tirunelveli Forest Division (part), Karian
Shola National Park, Grass Hills National Park and Mukurti National Park.
All these heritage sites are already covered by the Wildlife (Protection) Act
1972, Forest (Conservation) Act 1980 and various Acts enacted by Government of
Tamil Nadu, which provide these areas a very high status of protection and
conservation. Hence, the additional agency like WGEA is not considered necessary
in view of the existing legal provisions.
Para 3. V) State Government's comprehensive analysis on economic
implications of implementing the recommendations of WGEEP. Such an
analysis may take into account all the pros and cons of implementing the
recommendations: •
The Panel report has included the entire area of the chosen Western Ghat
taluks into one of the categories of Ecologically Sensitive Zone (I,II,or III), without
taking into account the present level of development and the future growth needs
of the States in these areas. The multiplicity of the sectors involved and the
complexity of the interrelatedness of these sectors make it difficult to evaluate the
economic implications in accurate quantitative terms. However, it will suffice to
state that the regulatory framework, recommended by the Panel is expected to put
strong impediments in the developmental process, particularly the industrial
development in these areas. For the same reasons both Maharashtra and Kerala
have also vehemently opposed the setting up of Western Ghats Ecological
Authority.
Tamil Nadu, with its high economic growth, trajectory, necessarily needs
concurrent industrial and infrastructure development. Tamil Nadu is one of the
leading States, which has got adequate ecological and environmental safeguards by
way of policies, regulations, programmes/action plans and also institutional
mechanisms for implementing the same for achieving the goal of conservation and
sustainable management of its natural resources. Hence, the proposed
classification of the Western Ghat taluks of the State into different Zones of
sensitivity and the constitution of WGEA to oversee various regulations are not at all
acceptable to the State Government.
Para 3. VI) Does the State Government have any regional planning process,
which takes into account the ecology and environment preservation of
Western Ghats while considering the developmental and livelihood issues
in planning? How can the recommendations of WGEEP help in improving
this planning process?
Considering the ecological fragility of the hill areas of the Western Ghats
region, Tamil Nadu Government have enacted specific rules to regulate various
5
developmental activities, including regulation of land use, infrastructure and mir,
development, tree felling etc. in specific identified regions falling within the Westel
Ghats. Some of these are: the Tamil Nadu Hill Area (Preservation of Trees) Act,
1955 applicable to certain specific hill areas of the State, considering their
ecological importance; the Tamil Nadu Preservation of Private Forests Act, 1949 to
deal with the preservation of natural vegetation outside notified Government
forests; Hill Area Conservation Authority (HACA) to regulate specific development
activities in notified villages that are environmentally sensitive both in the Western
Ghat and Eastern Ghat regions of the State.
The UNESCO's Man and Biosphere Reserve (MAB) programme adopts a
regional approach in developmental planning. Tamil Nadu has two biosphere
reserve areas falling within the Western Ghats, viz., Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and
the Agasthiamalai Biosphere Reserve. Western Ghat Development Programme
, (WGDP), Hill Area Development Programme (HADP), the scheme for mitigation of
depredation by Asian elephants, Project Elephant, Project Tiger etc. schemes, being
implemented in the State also follow the regional planning approa€h, with even
interstate cooperation. All these programmes are broadly incorporating the
development and livelihood issues of the concerned planning area. Considering the
loss of livelihood in Western Ghat areas due to wild animal attack and taking
cognizance of the need to quickly compensate the loss sustained by the people, the
State Government have constituted a corpus fund of Rs.2.5 crores for timely
disbursal of compensation amount.
It is felt that the recommendations of the WGEE panel will not in any way add
to the effectiveness of the regional planning process that is already in place.
In conclusion, it is stated that the Government of Tamil Nadu is not in
agreement with the report of the Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel and wishes to
reiterate that the Western Ghat Ecology Authority need not be constituted.
CODY to
~ r . V . Rajagopalan, I.A.S.,
Secretary, Government of India,
Ministry of Environment and Forests,
Yo rs fa ithfu lIy,
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for Additional Chief Secretary to Government
Paryavaran Bhawan, CGO Complex, New Delhi - 110 003
Shri Ajay Tyagi, I.A.S.,
Joint Secretary, Government of India,
Ministry of Environment and Forests,
Paryavaran Bhawan, e.G.O. Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110 003.
6
Sector
1
Across the
Western
Ghats
Recommendation
of WGEEP (Page
41 of Part I
report)
2
Genetically
modified crop
should not be
allowed.
Phase out the use
of plastiC bags in
shops, commercial
establishments,
tourist spots on a
priority basis (not
more than three
years)-
ANNEXURE
Implication of
recommendation
of (WGEEP)
3
No additional
implication is
envisaged
No additional
implication is
envisaged
Present Status in
State of Tamil Nadu
4
Already under
implementation in the
State. No separate
regulation is required.
The S ~ a t e is
implementing the
provisions of the
national legislation viz.,
2011 Plastic Waste
(Management and
Handling) Rules across
the State, which also
includes the Western
Ghat region. Further the
local bodies, which are
responsible for enforcing
the provisions relating
to the trade, use and
disposal of plastiCS also
make rules under the
respective Municipal
laws regarding the
thickness of plastiC bags
that are permitted for
trading and use in the
local body areas. The
State is also in the
process of enacting its
own set of ru les
regarding the use and
disposal of plastiCS in
the name and style of
Non bio-degradable
Garbaqe (Control) Act.
Land use For all settlements
and built areas/to
be developed
areas, certain
types of areas
would be no-go
areas, including
water courses,
water bodies,
special habitats,
geological
formations,
biodiversity rich
areas and sacred
groves.
Special Economic
Zone should not be
permitted
New hill stations
should not be
allowed
It will completely
affect the
development of
new SEZs in the
notified taluks.
The scope for
forming new hill
station in the
State will be
completely
eliminated
8
Therefore, it
considered that th
above existing and
proposed provisions are
adequate to deal with
the use and disposal of
plastics in the Western
Ghat region.
The existing framework
prohibits diversion of
water courses and water
bodies for any other use
except in the rarest of
rare cases.

The existing
provisions like
Environmental
legal
the
Protection Act are
sufficient to decide on
the appropriateness of
siting a SEZ in different
parts of the State.
Therefore, this
recommendation is not
agreeable.
As there is scope for
developing new hill
stations without actually
affecting the ecology, a
blanket ban on new hill
station is not acceptable
but can be decided on a
case to case basis
/
Public lands should
not be converted
to private lands
Change in land use
not permitted from
forest to non-forest
uses or agricultural
to non-agricultural
except agricultural
to Forests (or tre
crops) except when
extension of
existing village
settlement areas to
accommodate
increase in
population of local
residents.
For existing built
structures such as
hotels, resorts etc.
the Tourism policy
of the Ministry of
Environment and
Forests,
appropriately
refined by WEGA to
be followed.
New assignment
of lands to the
poor will be
completely ruled
out.
This provision will
completely put a
ban on even
diversion of small
extent of forest
lands for essential
development
projects of the
Govern ment,
which will have
huge implication
on meeting the
genuine site-
specific
development
requirements for
the people.
Assignment of
Government lands to
the poor in the Western
Ghat region need not be
banned. Instead,
assignment can be
considered on a case to
case basis, taking into
account the ecology and
environment
Already enforced by
Tamil Nadu Government
through implementation
of the provisions of
Forest Conservation Act,
Tamil Nadu Hill Area
of Trees)
Act 1955 and Tamil
Nadu Preservation of
Private Forests Act, 949.
Tamil Nadu is promoting
tree cultivation on
farmers land under Tree
Cultivation in Private
Lands component in a
big way under Tamil
Nadu Biodiversity
Conservation and
Greening Project.
No additional So far as this State is
implication is concerned,
envisaged. developments in major
9
hill stations like
Udhagamandalan,
Coonoor, Kodaikanal
and Yercaud are
governed by Tamil Nadu
Hill Station Building
Rules, 1993. A Separate
committee viz.,
Architectural and
Aesthetics Aspects
Committee (AAA
Committee) is also in
10
place to assist \..
District Collector 0\
these hill stations to
take decisions on
approving development
proposals. Apart from
the above major hill
stations, hill areas
containing even small
hillocks have been
identified throughout
Tamil Nadu. Major
developments like
buildings having plinth
area more than 300
sq.m., mining activity
and all other activities in
the Hill Areas are
monitored and clearance
for development
proposals are given by
the apex body called Hill
Area Conservation
Authority (HACA). HACA
is functioning under the
Chairmanship of the
Secreta ry to
Government, Housing
and Urban Development
Department and
Director of Town and
Country Planning as its
convener and having
various Secretaries to
Government,
Departments and
officials from various
departments as
Members of the
Authority. HACA clears
the proposal depending
on the
recommendations of the
departments viz.,
Forest, Agricultural
Engineering Geolooy
/
Building
Works
consisting of
green
technology
and green
building
material
Road and other
Infrastructure
expansion plans to
be submitted for
EIA Scrutiny
A building code
should be evolved
by the WGEA which
include inter-alia
eco-friendly
building material
and construction
methods,
minimizing the use
of steel, cement
and sand,
providing water
harvesting
methods, non-
conventional
energy and waste
treatment. The
application or
detailing of the
framework would
be done by local
authorities to suit
local conditions.
and Mining and based
on the specific
recommendation of the
District Collector. Hence
strict regulations are
already in force.
This will lead to
inordinate delay in
executing needy
projects.
Preparation of EIA
reports and their
scrutiny before
permitting any project
There is
additional
implication
envisaged.
11
covered under
Environment Impact
Assessment Notification
2006 is already enforced
by the State Pollution
Control Boar(i.
no These recommendations
are already under
implementation through
general or specific
guidelines. For example,
the State is a leader in
Rain Water Harvesting
in all public buildings.
Establishment of water
harvesting structures in
private buildings is also
insisted upon by the
local bodies and Urban
development
authorities. Hence,
separate building code is
not considered
necessary.
Area
Treatment
plot
development
/ Land
scaping in
the open
area of plot
Waste
Treatment
Certain recognized
best practices of
construction /
development such
as top soil
conservation, tree
conservation etc,
should be followed
as per guidelines of
Green Building
certificates of Eco
Housing
Certain activities
eg, filling of
marshes /
wetlands,
introduction of
alien invasive
species are not
permitted
The area that may
be paved is to be
restricted; paving
ground areas may
be done in such a
manner that there
is no change in the
run-
off/permeability of
the plot overall
before and after
paving.
There is
additional
implication
envisaged.
There is
additional
implication
envisaged.
Local Authorities There is
should be made additional
responsible to for implication
developing regional envisaged
system for
handlinq
12
Action
been
have alreo
initiated b
Government for
restoration of wetlands.
Further Tamil Nadu
Forest Department have
proposed remova I of
alien species like
lantana, wattle from
forest area as per
Working Plan / Wildlife
Management Plan.
no The marshes, wetlands
which are considered as
ecologically sensitive are
not set apart for any
development.

Recommendations are
generally under
implementation. Tamil
Nadu Forest Department
as a policy has already
stopped planting of
exotics in the hill areas.
no Recommendations are
already under
implementation.
no There are already
existing legal provisions
by way of Municipal
Solid Waste
(Management, Handling
and trans boundary
..l.
,
..;
~
hazardous, toxic
biomedical wastes
as well as
recyclable
materials.
No hazardous or No additional
toxic waste implication is
processing units envisaged
movement) Rules 2008,
Biomedical Waste
(Management and
Handling) Rules 1998
and Hazardous Waste
(Management and
Handling) Rules 1989
with enabling powers for
the various agencies of
the State Government.
Therefore, no separate
prescriptions are
considered necessary.
The State is a leader in
innovative treatments of
sewage and solid waste .

The existing Hazardous
Waste (Management
and Handling) Rules
1989 with enabling
provisions for the
various agencies of the
State Government is
adequate to address the
issue.
Waste water - Mandatory for all There is no Provisions of Water
management layouts/building additional
Water
developments implication
Should be such as
to permit reuse,
recharge, recycling
as locally
appropriate and
permit recovery of
energy wherever
possible
Decentralized
water resources
management plan
at local self-
Government level
envisaged.
13
(Prevention and Control
of Pollution) Act 1974
are considered
adequate. Hence no new
regulation is required.
It is under examination.
r
Agriculture
Protection of high
altitude valley
swamps and water
bodies
Catchment area
treatment plans of
hydroelectric and
major irrigation
projects.
Improve river flow
and water quality
by scientific
riparian
management
programmes
involving
community
participation
There is
additional
implication
envisaged.
There is
additional
implication
envisaged.
no Already unt.
implementation.
"
no
Already under
implementation.
Already under
implementation. The
State (lAMWARM)
project · is worth
mentioning.
Water
Conservation
measures through
suitable technology
and public
awareness.
No additional
implication is
envisaged
Already under
implementation. The
system is already in
vogue so as to normally
not disturb the
environment and
ecology, while
undertaking
construction activities in
the Western Ghats.
Inter basin No new dam can Such works wherever
diversion of river in be constructed. contemplated, are being
western Ghats examined with full
should not be environmental concern.
allowed.
Promote
agricultural
practices
organic No
implication
envisaged.
14
new Agriculture Department
is already promoting
organic agriculture
throughout the State.
The State is in the
process of drafting an
'Organic farming Policy'
\
/
Animal
Husbandry
-
Discourage No new This system is already
practiced under the
provisions of the Tamil
Hill Areas (Preservation
of trees) Act, 1955.
cultivation of implication
annual crops in envisaged.
slopes exceeding
30%
Incentive payment The
for sequestration of recommendation
No incentive is paid but
sequestration is
encouraged. carbon in soil will be difficult to
implement.
No Genetically No new The State Government
has already taken the
same stand. In any
case, this is in line with
prevailing National
Policy.
Modified Crops are implication
encou raged. envisaged.
Phasing out of all No
use of chemical implication
pesticides envisaged.
/weedicides
Phasing out of use No
of chemical implication
fertilizers. envisaged.
Introduce
incentives for
maintenance of
land Races of
livestock
Redeploy subsidies
for chemical
fertilizers towards
maintenance of
livestock and
production of
biogas and
generation of
organic manure
15
new State is entouraging the
use of bio-pesticides to
slowly phase out the use
of chemical
pesticides/weed iCides.
Phasing out will be a
slow process.
new State is encouraging the
use of bio fertilizers and
green manure to slowly
phase out chemical
fertilizers.
Generally under
implementation. Further
progress will be
achieved in future.
/
Animal
Husbandry
-
Discourage No new This system is already
practiced under the
provisions of the Tamil
Hill Areas (Preservation
of trees) Act, 1955.
cultivation of implication
annual crops in envisaged.
slopes exceeding
30%
Incentive payment The
for sequestration of recommendation
No incentive is paid but
sequestration is
encouraged. carbon in soil will be difficult to
implement.
No Genetically No new The State Government
has already taken the
same stand. In any
case, this is in line with
prevailing National
Policy.
Modified Crops are implication
encou raged. envisaged.
Phasing out of all No
use of chemical implication
pesticides envisaged.
/weedicides
Phasing out of use No
of chemical implication
fertilizers. envisaged.
Introduce
incentives for
maintenance of
land Races of
livestock
Redeploy subsidies
for chemical
fertilizers towards
maintenance of
livestock and
production of
biogas and
generation of
organic manure
15
new State is entouraging the
use of bio-pesticides to
slowly phase out the use
of chemical
pesticides/weed iCides.
Phasing out will be a
slow process.
new State is encouraging the
use of bio fertilizers and
green manure to slowly
phase out chemical
fertilizers.
Generally under
implementation. Further
progress will be
achieved in future.
Forestry:
Private lands
=
No pesticide/ No additional Already in practice.
weedicide implication
application. envisaged.
Extraction of No additional No extraction of any
medical plants with implication medicinal plant in forest
strict regulation envisaged. area is permitted.
Introduction of
Incentive payment
as "Conservation
service charges"
for maintenance of
natural vegetation
for small land
holders
No monoculture
plantation of
exotics like
eucalyptus
No
pesticide/weedicide
application
Encourage planting
of endemic
species.
Quarrying with
strict regulation
This will infringe
upon the rights of
individual land
holders from
putting the land to
an economic
activity which will
be beneficial to
him.
No additional
implication
envisaged.
No additional
implication
envisaged.
No additional
implication
envisaged.
Introduce incentive No additional
as "Conservation implication
service charges" envisaged.
for maintenance of
sacred groves.
17
This can be considered
as a promotional effort
to preserve the existing
natural vegetation in
private lands.

This recommendation is
not agreeable, in view of
its larger economic
implications to the
individuals.
Application of
pesticide/weedicide will
be generally
discouraged and
application of bio-
pesticide encouraged.
Already implemented.
Regulated through Hill
Area Conservation
Authority.
This can be considered
as a promotional effort
to preserve the existing
natural vegetation and
biodiversity.
Mining
Quarry and
sand mining
Maintenance
Biodiversity
private lands
Biodiversity
Management
Committee.
of No additional
on implication
by envisaged.
No new licence to No additional
be given for implication
mining; Where envisaged.
mining exists it
should be phased
out in five years by
2016
-Detail plans for
environmental and
social rehabilitation
of mines to be
closed.
-Illegal mines to be
stopped
immediately.
Where exists
should be
controlled
effectively for
envi ron menta I and
social impacts
immediately.
No additional
implication
envisaged.
18
Process of b
Constitution has alreao)
been initiated by Tamil
Nadu Biodiversity Board.
One Community Reserve
has been notified in the
state for biodiversity
conservation under
wildlife Protection Act
1972 during 2009.
The incidence of mining
in the Western Ghats is
negligible or of no
significance as far as the
State is concerned. This
State already has a Hill
Area • Conservation
Authority (HACA), which
examines the
environmental and other
aspects of mining and
quarrying in the hill
areas. Further, all
applications for mining
are being examined with
reference to the
provisions under the
Environmental Impact
Assessment notification
2006 by the respective
statutory agencies.
Rehabilitation plans for
closed mines is part of
the EIA process.
The incidence of
quarrying and sand
mining in the Western
Ghats is negligible or of
no significance as far as
the State is concerned.
This State already has a
Hill Area Conservation
Authority (HACA), which
examines the
environmental and other
aspects of sand mining
Polluting
Industry
(Red/Orange)
and quarrying in the hill
areas. Further, all
applications for sand
mining and quarrying, if
any are being examined
with reference to the
provisions under the
Environmental Impact
Assessment notification
2006 by the respective
statutory agencies.
No new licence to No additional Grant of any new licence
be given for quarry implication is considered under the
and sand mining envisaged. relevant provisions of
HACA and 'EIA.
- No new polluting No additional
industries implication
- For existing
Industries switch
to zero pollution by
2016 and be
subject to
regulation
social audit.
strict
and
envisaged.
The siting of polluting
industries in ecologically
sensitive areas and
areas adjoining forests
is already governed by
the provisions of the EIA
notification, which is
considered adequate.
Tamil Nadu is already
implementing the Zero
Liquid Discharge (ZLD)
policy in respect of
polluting industries.
Further, as per the New
Industrial Policy of this
Government, now in
force, the industries
which set up Dedicated
Effluent Treatment
Plants (ETP) and / or
Hazardous Treatment
Storage and Disposal
Facility (HWTSDF) are
given suitable incentive.
Non polluting - With
Industry regulation
social audit
strict No additional
and implication
envisaged.
Already under
implementation.
(Green/Blue)
19
Power
Energy
- Local bio
resource based
industry should be
promoted. All
should be strictly
regulated and be
subject to social
audit.
- Local Bio-
resources based
industry should be
promoted
/ Educate the energy
consumer about
the environmental
and social impacts
of energy
production and the
need for reducing
"luxury" demand
Encourage demand
side management;
enhanced energy
efficiency across
sectors
Launch 'smart'
campaigns as key
components of
demand side
management,
focusing on smart:
grids, buildings,
20
Already under
implementation. As per
the New Industrial Policy
2007, it provides
suitable support and
encouragement to
investors willing to set
up ethanol units through
sugarcane . and grain-
based routes. This
would enable better
returns for dry land
farmers who cultivate
sago, millets etc.,
A separate Tamil Nadu
Biotechnology Policy is
being formulated.
1\
Transport
power, logistics
and motors.
Promote No thermal power plants
decentralized function in Western
electricity, use of Ghats region. Hydro
solar power electric power and solar
r - ~ ~ ~ - - - - - - - - + - - - - - - - - - - - - - ~
- No forest power is already being
clearance or encouraged. Tamil Nadu
stream diversion Energy Development
for new project Agency (TEDA)is already
developing non-polluting
sources of power.
- Promote small
scale, micro and
pico hydropower If hydroelectric power
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- No new thermal it will be detrimental to
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